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Banagher Glen Magheramore Rad Dungiven Co. Londonderry
Tel: (028) 7776 0304
Banagher Glen is one of the oldest ancient oak woodlands in Ireland. Located three miles from Dungiven spectacular views can be enjoyed by the visitor, whilst hill walking enthusiasts will enjoy a challenging 14km circular walk through a magnificent lake and forest .
This reserve holds some of the last fragments of what were once extensive woods covering much of the north-west. The steep sides of the glens are clothed by mature trees, mostly oak and ash, with an understory of rowan, hazel, hawthorn and holly. Ferns and mosses thrive in damp shady nooks along the river banks.
Designated as a National Nature Reserve and Special Area of Conservation, Banagher Glen leads to County Londonderry's largest commercial forest and contains Altnaheglish Reservoir, used for the supply of water to the surrounding area.
Took my grandson down for the week, beautiful place to be.
Looks wonderful. Land of my grtgrtgrandparents. Here's to you William and Maria Reilly.Married 1857
i went there it,s a lovely place i brought my family there they all loved it
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