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Carleton Cycle Trail

The green cycle trail begins at the Rural Centre in Clogher. It has longer straight stretches and only one off-road section through Fardross Forest. From the Rural Centre the trail leads left along the main street before turning right onto country roads. Clear views of Brackenridge's Folly can be seen before passing through heather-clad blanket bog and Fardross Forest. Back on road for Fivemiletown passing Round Lake. Then finally the route continues past Carnagat Forest before returning back to the village of Clogher.



Nearest Town


Route Type



Other Area

Grid Ref (Start)



30 miles

OS Map


Route Shape


On/Off Road

On Public road

Grid Ref (End)



Mostly on roads exception through Fardross Forest were a cycle track is available.

route description

Begins at the Rural Centre in Clogher. From the Rural Centre the Green trail leads left along the main street before turning off right signposted Carleton Trail. At the set of crossroads take a right turn which leads to Fardross Forest. Follow the green route through Fardross Forest and continue pass Brown Hill Forest and head for Fivemiletown. From Fivemiletown continue along green route pass Carnagat Forest and finally head towards Clogher to finish.

getting to the start

From Belfast - Take M1 for Enniskillen, at end of motorway take A4 for Enniskillen, entering Ballygawley roundabout continue on A4 for Clogher, drive through village Augher, maintain on A4 and from Augher Clogher is 2 mile. Start at Rural Centre in Clogher village.


Quiet country roads.


Public Toilets Car Parking

information for People with a Disability

The route is clearly marked - following the green route

available publications

The Carleton Trail

Killymaddy Tourist Information & Craft Centre

Cycle hire

Blessingbourne Estate
Blessingbourne Estate FIVEMILETOWN

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Cycled this route today and cannot recommend it enough. Really quiet roads, beautiful scenary and some interesting tings to see. Some good information boards on the route which explain places of interest very well. I'm not new to the touring game but found the direction signs a little confusing at times so would recommend that you get a good OS map and plan the route from this website before setting off. Having said that any of the roads around the route are well worth cycling on so getting slightly lost will not spoil the day!!

David Hill
Funders Outdoor Recreation NI Leave No Trace NIEA DoE HPA
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