The plan will help contribute to the nature and biodiversity work already being carried out at the Cuilcagh Lakesland Geopark.
“It is not just rocks, not just geology that connects us. Friendship, respect and goodwill are what really connect us.”
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IT’S A big week for the Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark, with judges from UNESCO in town to hopefully complete a re-validation process. Formerly known as the Marble Arch UNESCO Global Geopark, and rebranded in July this year, the newly named Cuilcagh Lakelands straddles the Fermanagh-Cavan border and was the first cross-border geopark in the world to […]
EDUCATION could be key to controlling the crowds that have been descending on Cuilcagh in recent weeks, by letting visitors know they are walking on much more than just a social media friendly tourist attraction. Since the lockdown was eased, and with the entire country seemingly holidaying at home this year, tens of thousands have […]
AS the Marble Arch Geopark admits it is struggling to cope with the phenomenal popularity of the Cuilcagh Mountain boardwalk, the Council has set about putting a number of measures in place in an attempt to deal with the huge volumes of traffic attempting to access the site. Always popular with locals, even before the […]
A NEW initiative to further develop the tourism potential of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark has just been given the green light.