Kesh Forest lies to the north and west of Kesh village and covers an area of 2,130 hectares
There is a waymarked trail that takes walkers from a small car park to the Drummoney Falls. It can be accessed from the A35 Pettigo Road.
Touring in the Trees permit holders may use the basic caravanning facilities on the designated site at Clonelly next to the A35 Pettigo Road.
Sometimes there may be restrictions on access to parts of the forest due to forest operations, so pay attention to safety signage.
About this forest
This forest is mainly upland coniferous but also includes low lying areas such as Curraghmore, Clonelly and Aghaleague (Ederney).
How to get there
This forest is next to the A35 Kesh to Pettigo Road. To reach this forest from Drummoney, take the A35 Kesh to Pettigo Road using the Derrybrick Road.