Knockmany Forest Anya's Tomb Trail

Knockmany Forest is a collection of woodlands that lies within four miles of Augher. The woodlands are confier and broadleaved stands.

County

Antrim

Distance

0.9 miles

OS Map

Sheet

Nearest Town

Augher

Route Shape

Circular

Route Type

Forest, Woodland

Terrain

Gravel path with steep sections

Grid Reference (Start)

H 53945

Grid Reference (End)

H 53945

Point of Interest

In Irish mythology, this was the home place of both the giant Finn McCool and his wife Oonagh

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Antrim Coast & Glens

Route Description

There are several way-marked trails throughout the forest. The trails range from low-level multi-use trails just over 1km to 4km higher climbs to the view point and Anya’s Tomb.

Getting to the Start (by Public Transport)

There is public transport available to Augher, check https://www.translink.co.uk/timetables for current timetable.

Getting to the Start (by Car)

Access to the forest car park is via the B83 Knockmany Road, about four miles from Augher.

Dogs

Dogs are allowed. Must be kept on a lead

Facilities

Parking, toilets & picnic tables on site.

Walk Location
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