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Carntogher Heritage Trail

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The Carntogher area contains a wealth of sites of archaeological and environemntal importance which have been linked together under the banner of the ‘Carntogher Heritage Trail’ facilitating a greater understanding of our past and tracing man’s impact on the local environment from the neoluthic period to the present day. It should be noted that there are waymarked walking trails at Carntogher Mountain and Drumnaph Wood which can be visited at any time independently of this trail.  Guide & Map including walking trail maps of Carntogher Mountain and Drumnaph Wood can be downloaded below

Download the map here : Carntogher Way - Slí an Chairn - WalkNI

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