Lough Navar forest rises to the top of the Magho cliffs at a height of 304 metres and comprises over 2,600 hectares of primarily coniferous forest.
A seven mile long drive has been created to allow the public to enjoy this scenery.
Car parking facilities, picnic areas, viewpoints and short walks to interesting features have been provided.
The Ulster Way, rising to a height of 244 metres passes through the forest. On the other side of the road from the forest entrance is the start of the Correl Glen Nature Trail which runs through part of the extensive Largalinny National Nature Reserve.
This reserve contains some rare plants and almost all the Irish native species of butterfly.