Moydamlaght Forest

Moydamlaght is a 300 hectare coniferous woodland on the slopes of Mullaghmore Mountain.

Tree disease

There is an outbreak of the Japanese larch tree disease (P. ramorum) in Moydamlaght forest.

The forest remains open to the public. Information about closures will be shown at forest entrances.

To help prevent the spread of the tree disease, visitors must observe all health and safety signs and biosecurity advice on forest signs.

For more information on preventing the spread of tree disease, go to the following nidirect page.


There are way-marked trails in this forest. The forest has a small car park.

To arrange a special event or activity in this forest, such as sporting events or educational visits, contact the recreation manager at Enniskillen Forest Office.

Occasionally there may be restrictions on access to parts the forest to allow for forest work 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 off the B40 road, five miles north west of Draperstown on the Feeny Road.

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