Knockmany Forest is a collection of woodlands that lies within four miles of Augher.
There is a car park and waymarked trail in Knockmany. Visitors can access the Knockmany Passage Tomb (Anya’s Tomb) managed by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency.
The car park, waymarked trails and recreational facilities at Knockmany are managed and maintained by the local council. For more information contact Mid-Ulster District Council.
There may be restrictions on access to parts of the forest from time to time due to forest operations. Pay attention to safety signage.
About this forest
The woodlands are conifer and broadleaved stands. The forest blocks are Knockmany main block, Lumfords Glen, Weldens, Killyfaddy, The Shank, Eskerna Brogue, Tullycorker, Birney’s Hill, Glenageeragh, Longridge, Burtons, Tycanny, Errigal and Garvaghy.
How to get there
Access to the forest car park is via the B83 Knockmany Road, about four miles from Augher.