Accessibility at Aghatirourke

Summary accessibility statement

How to get here

By bus

There's a bus route from Enniskillen bus station to Swanlinbar. Request to stop at tourist sign for Gortalughany (approximately three miles from reserve gate).

By bike

The North West Trail. The Sustrans Kingfisher Way part of the National cycle network passes along the minor roads to the north and east of the reserve.

By road

Take the A4 Sligo Road west of Enniskillen then A32 south, ignore signs for Florencecourt and Marble Arch Caves, look for right turn signposted as 'Gortalughany viewpoint'. Follow this narrowing road to the car park.

Sat nav POI file: If you have a satellite navigation system that can accept POI files, please see our POI page for a download link and instructions.

Other ways to get there

Hiker’s trail from National Trust Florencecourt Estate and Marble Arch Caves.

Access to facilities

Nature trails access
  • The Hiker’s Trail is an unsurfaced way-marked trail indicated by marker posts. It is uneven, often very wet and slippery, and very steep in places and without seating. It crosses one narrow bridge. It is only advisable for those with experience of hill walking, navigation and exposed upland areas. It takes at least 2.5 hours.
  • No access permitted off the way-marked trail due to presence of unmarked swallow holes from underlying limestone caves system.
Dogs
  • Registered assistance dogs welcome.
  • Other dogs not permitted in Cuilcagh Mountain Park by Marble Arch Caves Geopark (who manage the site).