Carnmoney Hill has it all; wildflower meadows full of bright spring colour, newly planted trees, wetland and beautiful ancient woodland where the bluebells can be found. Trek to the top of the hill or hunt for the Victorian well and the limekilns.
Wander through wet meadows, open spaces and hazel copses in search of blooming bluebells at Clements Wood. Beautiful views, wonderful wildlife and lots of spring colour make this wood a treat to visit.
This precious ancient wood stands at the gateway to the Sperrin Hills, a jewel in the landscape it’s a fragment of a once great forest. In spring the woodland floor is carpeted with bluebells, wood anemone and pignut. Drumnaph wood is a living slice of history and a magical place to visit.