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To celebrate Science Week 2018 which runs from 11-18 November 2018, the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark is holding a competition for primary schools. We are asking school classes to create a 2D or 3D model demonstrating how solutional caves such as Marble Arch Caves form, or else displaying key features of a limestone […]
We are delighted to launch the brand new Field Guide to the Geodiversity of the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark. This weather resistant guide has been developed to assist teachers in using the remarkable outdoor classroom that exists through the Geopark sites. The guides include detailed information, teacher and student sheets with the aim of equipping post-primary school teachers with the information and resources they need to deliver fieldwork within […]
Are you interested in getting involved with the Geopark? Maybe you walk in the Geopark on a regular basis, would like to gain valuable conservation and outdoor working experience, or perhaps you would just like to spend more time outdoors, meet new people and become part of a team. Check out the link below for […]
The world-renowned Marble Arch Caves hosted a multi-agency emergency planning exercise on Friday 21 September 2018, which focused on underground rescue scenarios. The multi-agency exercise, organised by the PSNI, included representatives from the North West Mountain Rescue Team, Irish Cave Rescue Organisation (ICRO), Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service, Sligo Leitrim […]
***GEOPARK AND MARBLE ARCH CAVES VISITOR UPDATE*** Geopark sites have reopened today (Thursday 20th September) after Storm Ali hit the Geopark hard yesterday. Marble Arch Caves are open today with a 40 minute walking tour available. Cuilcagh Mountain Boardwalk and Lough Navar Forest have both reopened today. We are currently working […]
****Weather Warning – Marble Arch Caves and Geopark Sites**** Due to present and anticipated adverse weather conditions, the Marble Arch Caves are CLOSED to the public today (Wednesday 19th September). Due to present and anticipated adverse weather conditions, we would like to advise that Lough Navar Forest is presently closed to the public. […]
Due to the present and anticipated adverse weather conditions, we would like to advise that Lough Navar Forest is presently closed to the public. We strongly advise that you do not visit Cuilcagh Mountain Park or any other Geopark sites until the weather conditions have significantly improved. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
VISITOR NOTICE Please be aware that tours of the Caves will not be operating on the morning of Friday 21st September 2018 due to essential staff training. Normal tours will resume at 1pm. We apologise for any inconvenience. Contact ticket desk on +442866348855 to book.
Both Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail and Marble Arch Caves are open! Earlier in April 2018 both sites were temporarily closed to allow for maintenance work to take place. We are glad to inform everyone that these works have been completed and The Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail and Marble Arch Caves are open again for all to […]
The Cuilcagh Legnabocky Trail will be closed to the public on Wednesday 11 April 2018 to enable maintence work to be undertaken. The Marble Arch Caves and Visitor Centre will be closed until 2:00pm on Wednesday 11 April to facilitate these works. Due to this, we ask that those who have booked a caves tour before 2.00pm on […]
Marble Arch Caves have now re-opened for the 2018 season and guided tours are offered daily from 10:00am until 4:30pm. For more information or to plan you visit to the Marble Arch Caves please click here Cuilcagh Mountain Park and Lough Navar Forest have also re-opened and we appreciate you patience and co-operation during the […]
Cancelled – Guided tours of Marble Arch Caves, Discover Fermanagh Open Weekend Due to the current and forecast adverse weather conditions over the coming days, we regret to inform you that the Marble Arch Caves and Visitor Centre is currently closed and that the guided tours of the Marble Arch Caves on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 March 2018, as part of […]
Due to present and anticipated adverse weather conditions over the coming days, we would like to advise that Cuilcagh Mountain Park and Lough Navar Forest are presently closed to the public. We strongly advise that you do not visit any Geopark sites until the weather conditions have significantly improved. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
The Cottage Walk within the Cladagh Glen will be closed from today, 23d February until the 2nd March 2018 to allow for essential maintenance to be carried out. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. The Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Tail is now open and we appreciate your co-operation during the closed period.
**PUBLIC NOTICE** The Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail will be closed on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd of February to allow maintenance work to be carried out. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your patience.
As of Friday 6 October 2017 there is temporarily no access to the Cuilcagh Way beyond the end of the boardwalk for conservation reasons. The route will be temporarily closed at the end of the boardwalk to relieve pressure on the sensitive habitat in this area. Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark continues to work […]
The car park at the start of the Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail has re-opened. It is under private ownership (there is a charge).
The car park at the entrance to the Cuilcagh Mountain path is temporarily closed. Fermanagh and Omagh District Council apologises for any inconvenience. Visitors to Cuilcagh Mountain are requested to use the Killykeegan Nature Reserve car park in the first instance. The car park is located approximately half a mile west from the mountain path […]
Cuilcagh Mountain Boardwalk will be re-open to the public today following the heather fire which was burning on the mountain from Saturday evening into yesterday. The fire has been extinguished due to the efforts of Ni Fire and Rescue Service and Geopark staff. However, there continues to be a high fire risk in this area as this […]
A heather fire is currently burning on Cuilcagh Mountain with the Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service in attendance. The Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Way (including the boardwalk) is now CLOSED to the public until further notice. We will provide updates via our website and social media.