The Sligo Leitrim Northern Counties Railway (SLNCR) ran through Sligo, Leitrim and border towns in Cavan and Fermanagh.
It had a colourful past, and was privately owned by Lord Tottenham of Glenfarne Hall who acted as chairman, main contractor and the financier of the line. The greenway trail uses the disused railway route between Collooney and Enniskillen into a multi-use rail trail for cyclists, walkers and the mobility challenged. Starting in Collooney it passes through Ballintogher, Dromahair, Glenfarne, Blacklion and Enniskillen.
The first 1.25km is along the old Sligo Leitrim Northern Counties Railway (SLNCR). From there you go along minor public roads to Creevelea Abbey. From the Abbey you go along the path beside River Bonnet into Dromahair village. From the village there are footpaths that take you back to the start of the walk.
TRAILHEAD/STARTING POINT: Dromahair close to Clubhouse Bar (830256 N, 580590 E)
DIRECTIONS TO THE STARTING POINT: From Dromahair Village take the R288/R287 towards Manorhamilton for 0.5km. You can park in the Clubhouse Bar car park, start of walk is opposite Clubhouse Bar