The Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark inhabits the rugged mountainous uplands and the gentle rolling lowlands of Counties Fermanagh and Cavan. The Geopark showcases some of the finest natural land- scapes of Ireland and there is no better way to discover its splendour than by foot.
Visitors can choose from a varied selection of walks, which take in waterfalls, megalithic tombs, cliff tops, lakes, mountains, caves or fabulous landscapes. The walks are well marked out, furnished and offer something suitable for all ages.
One area that should not be missed is Cuilcagh Mountain Park, located next to the Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre. It offers over 33km of way-marked trails (Cuilcagh Way/Ulster Way) which take you through rugged and mountainous land- scapes leading to the summit Cuilcagh Mountain a distinctive landscape standing at 665 metres (2,182ft) above sea level, and the only true mountain in County Fermanagh.
Or why not visit Lough Navar Forest, (located outside the village of Derrygonnelly) taking in its many walks, picnic areas and viewpoints? The 7km of scenic drive through Lough Navar Forest offers any visitor a choice of walks to suit your mood. A visit to the Magho Cliffs Viewpoint is a must. The 304-metre high cliffs command immense views across Lower Lough Erne far into counties Fermanagh, Sligo, Tyrone. A walk along the cliff top and down the cliff face allows you to truly take in the essence of this wonderful spot.