As you make your way to the beginning of this trail, you will see mixed woodland containing many common deciduous and evergreen trees including beech, sycamore, oak and douglas-fir.

Further along the trail you will discover different native wildflowers that are common in this area such as bluebells, herb robert, foxgloves and wild angelica. These are best seen in full bloom over the course of the spring and summer months.

As you proceed past the scenic viewpoint, you will come across our wonderful spruce plantation before arriving at an impressive sycamore on the historic rath. We are currently working in conjunction with the Historic Environment Division on developing access onto this site so visitors can explore the area further.

As you venture past the ancient settlement sits, there is a rather unusual beech copse with a bed of moss and greater wood-rush to keep a look out for.

As you come towards the end of the trail, you will come across branches and roots that have been woven together to create an unusual corridor on this walkway.