Annacurra is situated close to Aughrim.
Welcome to Roddenagh Wood and the Ciarán Shannon walk. Situated adjacent to the village of Annacurra, Roddenagh Wood is a mixture of conifer and broadleaved forest. The woodland walk has been constructed and funded by the local community group, and all the work was done using voluntary labour, with guidance from Coillte. There is a wide variety of flora and fauna to be found in the wood, some of the wild flowers that can be found are bluebells, foxglove, wood-sorrel, primrose and thistle. The main tree species in Roodenagh wood are Douglas fir, Beech, Oak, Larch and Holly. At the North Eastern end of the wood are the remains of an old woodland site with a lovely bridge and boardwalk, the plan for the rest of the forest over time is to make it a mixture of native woodland and conifer forest.
Roddenagh Wood FeaturesWalking Trails,
How do I get there?Annacurra is situated off the R747 close to Aughrim.
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