Fardross Forest

Fardross Forest is an upland forest, covering 880 hectares.

Tree harvesting work is underway at Fardross Forest in County Tyrone and will last until the end of June 2019.  For health and safety reasons public access has had to be restricted during this time.  Visitors are asked to obey all signage that has been erected.  

Activities

There waymarked walk in Fardross.The Ulster Way and Slieve Beagh Way pass through this forest. Visitors can use the small car park.

There may be restrictions on access to parts of the forest from time to time due to forest operations so pay attention to safety signage

About this forest

This is a predominantly coniferous forest managed for commercial timber production.

How to get there

This forest is is located off the A4 Clogher to Fivemiletown road and can be accessed via the Fardross Road.

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