Belmore Forest – Pollnagollum Cave Walk in County Fermanagh
Belmore Forest – Pollnagollum Cave Walk in County Fermanagh

Belmore Forest – Pollnagollum Cave Walk in County Fermanagh

Belmore Forest includes the infamous Belmore Mountain with a summit elevation above 390 metres which is Fermanagh’s second highest point. This unique view is only offered in County Fermanagh where you can see Boho, Lough Navar, the Brougher Mountain and much, much more!

Why should I go to the Pollnagollum Cave Walk in County Fermanagh?

Belmore Forest includes much of Belmore Mountain, which has a summit elevation of around 398 metres and is Fermanagh's second highest point, offering stunning views of Boho, Lower Lough Erne, Lough Navar, and, to the east, Brougher Mountain with its unique television antennae on top.

This amazing area is located in the heart of Fermanagh’s Boho cave country, and under your feet is a vast network of caverns that attract cavers and potholers from all over the world. There is plenty to do in the forest, including breathtaking vistas, native fauna, deep woodland, and cave systems, including Pollnagollum Cave, which was utilised in the production of the popular television series Game of Thrones.

An observation platform at Pollnagollum Cave offers an amazing view of the cave entrance, which is fed by a flowing waterfall that goes down a 12m limestone cliff and disappears into the depths of darkness. The stream runs underground for about 1.8 kilometres before the surface on the north bank of the Aghanaglack River.

 

  • Distance: 4.3 miles
  • Time: 2 hours
  • Terrain: All types, but mostly forest tracks and surfaced footpaths
  • Dogs: Dogs must be kept under control and waste disposed of
  • Cost: FREE!
  • The woodland is about a mile from Boho, accessible through Boho Road.
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