While there are no waymarked trails here, the forest road network does provide up to six kilometres of walking trails, sections of which will offer the hiker a moderately challenging walk. The area is a haven for wildlife and you may see foxes, rabbits, badgers and squirrels as you make your way along the forest roads.
The hill itself rises to 240 metres above sea level providing the walker with some magnificent views of the coastline. On a clear day, it is possible to see the Welsh coastline in the distance. Also visible to the south, is the town of Arklow and, further south, Tara Hill in Co.Wexford.

From Arklow, turn left 100 metres before Jack Whites pub . Take next left and go straight on for 1 km approx until you meet the forest. Keep right until you reach the entrance on your left . Cars to be parked outside barrier

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Limited car parking at barrier

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Nearby pit stops