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(Cork, County Cork)
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"Another one of the scenic hikes"
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A visit to Glengariff, a nature reserve is a must with long trails if you enjoy hiking. This beautiful setting in nature showcases oldest oak and birch groves left in Ireland. We enjoyed the walk through the woods and the river trail, we stopped by for some zen time too. Breathtaking and tranquil views.


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Glengarriff Forest

Glengarriff Forest is an area of woodland near Glengarriff, West Cork, Ireland. Most of the woodland is a nature reserve in public ownership which is sometimes referred to as Glengarriff "forest park" or "state forest".

Glengarriff Forest is one of the best examples in the country of oceanic sessile oak woodland. It is part of the much larger Glengarriff Harbour & Woodlands Special Area of Conservation .



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