In the early days, the Heritage Fund generously funded the creation of 7km of pathways and trails throughout the Reserve to improve accessibility for all. Since then, the Reserve has become a popular location for visitors from all over the world. We also provide educational opportunities to community groups, schools and environmental organisations to spend time on the Reserve learning about the wildlife, conservation and the rich local folklore.
Nestled on the edge of the Sperrins, the Reserve boasts a rich variety of habitats including ancient woodland, wetland, bog and meadow with the Grillagh River running along its edge. It is a haven for wildlife and you are sure to get a glimpse of something special during your visit.