Tarbert Woodland Walk

Only a few metres from the door of Keldun House begins Tarbert  Woodland Walk. This 3.8 mile walk through the mature woodland and along the Shannon estuary takes in a number of interesting sites such as Tarbert Bridewell and Tarbert House which was built in 1680. A walking festival takes place each year on the May bank holiday weekend.

About Tarbert Woodland Walk

The John F. Leslie Woodland Walk  developed by the Tarbert Walks Group was opened in 1996. The wood which consists of over twenty species of trees is home to a wide variety of wildlife and makes the perfect venue for a relaxing stroll. Seats have been installed at scenic points throughout the walk to add to its appeal. Since the walk has been developed the following trees have been identified and tagged: Holly, Elm, Beech, Sweet Chestnut, Silver Fir, Elder, Scots Pine, Sessile Oak, Ash, European Larch, Rhododendron, Whitethorn, Cherry, Lime, Monterey Pine, Fuschia, Sycamore, Willow, Pedunculate Oak, Hazel and Horse Chestnut.

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