Cedars Walking Group

Cedars Walkers


Knockmany

Bulebells at KNockmany

Meet in Augher, turning right just before the former railway station (now Augher Station café) on to what becomes Knockmany Road signed Omagh (B83) and Knockmany chambered grave. Park (temporarily) in front of Saint Marks Church 112 metres down this road, double back for toilets (beside aforementioned café) and await instructions for next leg of journey.

Knockmany is famed for its bluebell walk in spring – at its summit is Anya's grave which has characteristic passage tomb art, including circles, spirals and zigzags, one of the best examples of this art in the north of Ireland.