Barrow Walk - Garryhinch

Trail description

The Barrow walk winds through the beech and ash trees, on across a small bridge, until you meet the stone arch bridge across the River Barrow.  On crossing the bridge follow the grassy path along the river bank.  After 500m the trail turns back into the forest of mixed broadleaf trees and then changes to Sitka spruce, a valuable timber tree.  Further on the forest again changes to mature oak, ash and beech forest.  The conifer trees were removed in early 2000 and natural regeneration of broadleaf trees is being encouraged.  The walk continues back across the bridge, past the old stone barn ruins and towards the car park. 

Trail Name: Barrow Walk - Garryhinch
Recreation Site: Garryhinch  [view site]
Trail Start Point: Car park
Length:3.8km
Time: 45 mins
Degree of Difficulty: Easy   View Trail Grade Definitions
Metres Climb: 0
Attributes: Linear Trail (Point A to B)
Finish Point: Car park
Trail Way marking:red