Achaderry and Bunroy, Roybridge

This circular walk explores the environs of the village of Roybridge. It passes through a great deal of fine native woodland and visits an attractive lochan.


Woodland paths and tracks. There is one gate which may have to be climbed, and the return walk is on a faint, rougher path, high with bracken in the summer and which is very muddy in places.

Public Transport

Roybridge is served by bus and also has a train station.


Car park in Roybridge, across from the coffee shop. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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