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Cuilcagh Mountain Park/Ireland

Introducing Cuilcagh Mountain Park

The border between the Republic and Northern Ireland runs along the ridge of Cuilcagh Mountain, the distinctive table-top summit of Cuilcagh Mountain Park, the world's first cross-border Geopark. Its lower slopes are important protected peatland habitats, while the upper slopes have dramatic sweeping cliffs. The visitor centre and the park's biggest attraction, the Marble Arch Caves, lie a short hop over the border from Blacklion, in County Fermanagh.