Description

Sliabh Beagh Adventures helps you destress and unwind by facilitating a range of outdoor activities and adventure on Sliabh Beagh.

Sliabh Beagh is an area of upland heath and blanket bog that straddles the border between counties Monaghan, Fermanagh and Tyrone. Sliabh Beagh is home to many species of rare birds - including red grouse, Eurasian golden plover and hen harrier - as well as unusual peatland flora cowberry and Sphagnum moss. As a result, Sliabh Beagh has been designated with special protection status both in the Republic of Ireland and in Northern Ireland. It is a landscape that is rugged and varied and offers breath-taking views of surrounding counties.

Sliabh Beagh Adventures actively promotes walking and cycling within the Sliabh Beagh region. They have a range of adult and child bicycles available for hire, offering a fun and accessible means of exploring the region's hidden pathways.

Both adults and children can try their hand at target archery and battle archery, or embark on an orienteering adventure for an afternoon across open moorland and forestry trails. Walking and cycling tours are also available.

All activities must be booked in advance.

Location

Corlatt, Knockatallon, Co. Monaghan