Walking & Cycling


Fermanagh is an ideal venue for walkers. With its vast array or terrains, mountains, forest and castle walks there will be something so suit all strengths, abilities and interests.

A recently published guide to ’25 Walks in Fermanagh’. From the heart of Enniskillen Town to remote mountain tops, from wonderful lakeside paths to ancient parklands, these walks offer the ideal opportunity to sample Co Fermanagh’s unspoilt countryside firsthand. Each walk is given a ‘Fact File’, listing distances, terrain, other attractions and approximate times. Copies may be obtained from the local Tourist Information Office in Enniskillen or from our Reception.

A few walks within easy distance of Tullybay Holiday Homes:

Correl Glen National Nature Reserve, Enniskillen

Correl Glen National Nature Reserve, Enniskillen


Distance: 1 mile, circular, no waymarking

Time: Less than 30 mins

Gravel track suitable for buggies (are some steep gradients) but not for persons with limited mobility or wheelchair users.

Carpark at Falls Bridge, viewpoint

This walk is part of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark

Carrickreagh Viewpoint Walk, Blaney.


Distance 1.6 miles, circular route, waymarking

Time: Approx 45 mins

Gravel Forest Tracks Throughout

Inclines towards the viewpoint therefore not suitable for buggies, wheelchair users or persons with limited mobility.

Car parking, interpretation, picnic area and viewpoint look-out.

This walk is part of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark


Ely Lodge Loughshore Walk, Blaney.


Distance: 1.6 miles, circular route, waymarking.
Time: approx 30 mins
Gravel forest tracks throughout
Some small inclines, suitable for buggies but not suitable for wheelchair users. Some sections maybe suitable for person with limited mobility.
Carparking, interpretation, picnic area, public telephone.

This walk is part of Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark


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