Overview

This site is adjacent to the heritage town of Rathmelton. The town dates back to the early 17th century. The area was noted for flax growing which supported a thriving linen industry. In the 18th and early 19th centuries there was extensive trade between Rathmelton and the New World. The site provides a pleasant walk through both coniferous and broadleaf plantations. Along the way there are seats and picnic tables strategically placed at viewing points.

One km from Ramelton


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Things to do

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Visitors Facilities on site

Picnic site

Walking trails

Small lay by for two cars.

trail map

Nearby pit stops