This length of the woodland trail is level and suitable for visitors with limited mobility. Leave the top end of the car park and proceed along the forest road through a pedestrian/wheelchair opening on the side of the forest road barrier. This section has the greatest diversity of tree species including broadleaves like ash, oak, beech and sweet chestnut and conifer species like Scots pine. Holly is also to be found growing beneath these trees.
Look and listen for the many common woodland birds including wren, robin and blackbird. After approximately 500 metres there is a resting area with a seat where you can stay and saviour the delights of the woodland. Past this point the going gets though and is not advisable for the less mobile visitor. The only way to return to the car park is by the same route.
|Trail Name:||Kindlestown Trail|
|Recreation Site:||Kindlestown [view site]|
|Trail Start Point:||Car Park|
|Degree of Difficulty:||Access for all View Trail Grade Definitions|
|Attributes:||Linear Trail (Point A to B)|
|Finish Point:||Car Park|