Tibradden Wood

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Tibradden Wood: A wood of Scots pine, Japanese larch, European larch, Sitka spruce, oak and beech. The site is of archaeological interest in that there is a cairn and kist burial site on the south side of the rocks which mark the highest point on Tibradeen.

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Leinster, Ireland, Europe
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Tibradden Pine Forest

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Take the R116 Rathfarnham to Glencullen road for some 6kms south of Rathfarnham to the forest entrance marked Tibradden Pine Forest on the left hand side of the road.

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Free

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