Barnaslingan Wood

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Barnaslingan Wood: There are many granite outcrops and boulders to be seen, especially on the wooded eastern Barnaslingan side. The west side and the dense pine woods of the Killegar summit contrast sharply with the naked boulders of the steep slopes below. The Lead Mines and Carrickgollogan can be easily accessed and are worth exploring for the spectacular views. There are two circular trails.

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Carrickgollogan

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Take the R117 to Kilternan, a small village south of Dublin city and just north of Enniskerry. Very soon after the village travelling south towards Enniskerry, there will be a pass Ballycorus road on the left. Continue on for some 50miles and take the next road to the left. This is a third class road and, though unnamed is identifiable by the row of cottages opposite and the green post box at its junction with the R117. Continue on this road for about 1kilometre. The Lead mines chimney and Carrickgollogan to the east come into view. The road begins to climb and you will shortly see a sign mounted on the right hand side of the road reading Barnaslingan Lane (opposite is the minor road to the Lead Mines and Carrickgollogan). Barnaslingan Wood is on the right.

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