Just a few miles from Florencecourt and about 12 miles from Enniskillen, the Cladagh Glen walk beings from the Cladagh Bridge on the Florencecourt to Belcoo Road. Walk up the glen following the river along a narrow, steeply-sided gorge covered with long established ash woodland towards the Erne Lowland.
The Arch over the river, formed when the cave roof collapsed, gets its name from the polished limestone which people used to think was marble. Wood goldilocks grow here, evidence that this is a very old woodland, also early purple orchid, birds' nest orchid, bluebell and wild strawberry. Red squirrels may be glimpsed in the tree canopy.
There are areas where landslips on the steep sides of the gorge have taken trees with them, which adds to the interest of the site. The journey ends at the Marble Arch Caves.
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