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Big Dog Forest - Things to Know Before Visiting

Big Dog Forest, Enniskillen, UK

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About Big Dog Forest

Big Dog Forest, cloaked largely with conifers, dotted with open stretches of upland landscapes and lakes, offers astonishing views, wilderness, and exploration with the highlight being the 360-degree view from the top of Little Dog. This beautiful short walk allows you to explore some of Fermanagh’s best upland landscapes, and the forest is inhabited by wildlife as varied as red deer, herons and dragonflies


Attractions Near Big Dog Forest

Kiltyclogher Heritage Centre
Kiltyclogher Heritage Centre6.84km from Big Dog Forest

Kiltyclogher Heritage Centre is located in Kiltyclogher, County Leitrim. It houses an exhibition about the 1916 Proclamation signatory Seán MacDiarmada. The exhibition contains an audio visual facility and interpretive panels, providing visitors with information about Seán MacDiarmada and the history of the locality.

Lough Navar Forest Drive
Lough Navar Forest Drive7.03km from Big Dog Forest

Lough Navar Forest rises to the top of the Magho cliffs and comprises over 2,600 hectares of primarily coniferous forest. It is also home to one of the most breathtaking views in the island of Ireland, over the Magho Cliffs. It is hardly surprising that this forest is a mecca for walkers, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts.

Cliffs of Magho Viewpoint
Cliffs of Magho Viewpoint8.5km from Big Dog Forest

The Cliffs of Magho are a 9-kilometre-long limestone escarpment located in the townland of Magho, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. The NNW-facing cliffs overlook the western reaches of Lower Lough Erne and define the northern edge of Lough Navar Forest, a major plantation managed by the Forest Service of Northern Ireland. A popular viewpoint atop the cliffs is accessed by a forest drive. The cliffs are a proposed Area of Special Scientific Interest.

Lough Melvin View Point and Jetty
Lough Melvin View Point and Jetty8.98km from Big Dog Forest

Lough Melvin is a lake in the northwest of the island of Ireland on the border between County Leitrim and County Fermanagh. It is internationally renowned for its unique range of plants and animals. Melvin is rightly famous for its salmon and trout fishing. The salmon season opens on 1 February, and spring fish are taken trolling in the Garrison area from that date and on the fly in the Rossinver Bay area from late March and especially in April.

Lough Macnean
Lough Macnean 10.05km from Big Dog Forest

Lough MacNean is a large freshwater lake on the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. It is in two parts. Lower Lough MacNean, the smaller eastern lake, is wholly within County Fermanagh. Upper Lough MacNean, the larger western lake, is split between Fermanagh, County Cavan and County Leitrim . On the strip of land between the two lakes are the villages of Belcoo and Blacklion. A river runs between the villages, linking the eastern and western lakes.

Lough Macnean Upper
Lough Macnean Upper10.38km from Big Dog Forest

Lough MacNean is a large freshwater lake divided into two parts. Lower Lough MacNean the smaller eastern lake, located in County Fermanagh whilst Upper Lough MacNean, the larger western lake, is split between County Fermanagh, County Cavan, and County Leitrim. Upper Lough MacNean, the larger western lake, is split between Fermanagh, County Cavan and County Leitrim. On the strip of land between the two lakes are the villages of Belcoo .

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Fermanagh
Fermanagh
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County Fermanagh is one of the thirty-two counties of Ireland, one of the six counties of Northern Ireland, and one of the nine counties of Ulster. It is Northern Ireland’s westernmost county and covers an area of 1,691 km². Its capital is Enniskillen housing the tourist attractions Enniskillen Castle, Cole's Monument, the Ardhowen Theatre, and St. Martin's Cathedral.

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