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Address: Clarinbridge
GPS (Lat,Lon): 53.2267,-8.8706 ± 100m
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Kilcornan is near the village of Clarinbridge, south of Galway on the N18 to Limerick road. The site was formerly part of Reddington Estate. There are ruins of a church and a monument on the site.

Facilities: Kilcornnaun has a car park and forest walks.

Length of Trail: Here you will find about 8 km of forest trails.

Habitat: Coniferous and deciduous forest area. The Clarin River runs nearby.

Main Tree Species: Norway spruce, Sitka spruce, some beech and Scots pine. There is a programme in place to plant broadleaves as conifers are felled.

Other Flora: Ferns and briars.

Fauna: Common woodland mammals including the red squirrel, badger and fox.

Geology: Limestone crop with mixed woodland over shallow brown earth.

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