The Táin Way

Trail description

The Táin Way is a looped 40km National Waymarked Way starting and finishing in Carlingford.  Four kilometres of the route goes through Slieve Foye Woods.

The surrounding landscape that will be encounterd features various forests, the River Cronn and the Golyin Pass which is a wide grassy track on the southern side of Slieve Foye (this pass served as a trader's route in the past) offering spectacular vies down to Carlingford and across the lough to the Mourne Mountains.

Trail Name: The Táin Way
Recreation Site: Slieve Foye Woods  [view site]
Trail Start Point: Forest boundary
Length:4km
Time: 1hr 20min
Degree of Difficulty: Moderate   View Trail Grade Definitions
Metres Climb: 50
Attributes: Linear Trail (Point A to B)
Finish Point: Forest boundary
Trail Way marking:Yellow