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Golden Eagle pair spotted in Glenveagh National Park

Eagle Trail Cam Shot

It is with great delight that we have confirmed the presence of two golden eagles within Glenveagh National Park over the past few weeks. As part of the ongoing ecological monitoring efforts by our team of park Rangers, a young pair where recorded feeding on a deer carcass over multiple days in late January.  In an effort to return the park to a naturally cycling eco-system, (of which the eagles are an essential component) staff occasionally leave culled deer in...

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Deer Cull In Progress

Red Deer

As part of our on-going management of the Park for conservation, please be advised that in some areas deer culling is in progress until the end of February. Visitors are asked to be aware of signs along our trails and paths and contact the Park Ranger if you require more information.

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Opening Times

Distant View Glenveagh Castle

November  -  February   The visitor centre is open from 9am to 4.45pm The first shuttle bus to the castle is at 9.15am The last bus to the castle and garden is at 3.45pm The castle is closed due to covid guidelines The last bus return from castle is at 4.45pm All single bus tickets from the castle must be purchased before 4pm March - October The visitor centre is open from 9.15am to 5.30pm The first shuttle bus to the castle...

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Bus Service

Hill Walking Icon

A shuttle bus will run daily to the castle except for Christmas week & Good Friday. Tickets can be purchased at the Visitor centre and castle. Single bus tickets to return from the castle must be purchased before 5pm. The Walkers Bus for individual walkers will run to the Lough Inshagh Trail in Gartan & The Head of The Glen near Lough Barra every Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday's all year around at 10am. A total of six persons or...

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