Glanageenty wood covers either side of a steep glen that carries a river of the same name. In recent years through the efforts of the local community, a network of waymarked trails have been developed for the enjoyment of all. The mixture of tree species from broadleaf to conifer and age class makes for pleasant walking. There are seats and picnic tables dotted around the forest at opportune points to allow you to catch your breath and to take in the views. Historically, these woods would have been used for refuge both during the Desmond Rebellion and the Irish Civil War.