Glenealo River Bridge
This bridge is on the 'Spinc and Glenealo Valley' (White) walking trail. The bridge crosses the Glenealo River at the mouth of the Glenealo Valley. The valley has been a nature reserve since before the creation of the Park with Lough Firrib marking its boundary to the west. Apart from the distinctly flat top of Turlough Hill, which was levelled for a hydro-electric scheme, the valley has a very wild feel. It is home to hundreds of deer. In Autumn, the Deer Rut Walks take you down through the valley to watch and to listen to the Deer during their mating season.