Dark Hedges Tourism in Ireland
The Dark Hedges is a unique stretch on the road near Armoy Bregagh in Ireland and is very interesting with the ancient legend. For 300 years the Dark Hedges and Beech trees guarding both sides of the line have reached up and crossed each other, becoming much intertwined to create the curved nature of the tunnel where the shadow and light plays through the branches of the wound. This beautiful Dark Hedges of beech trees planted by the Stuart family in the 18th century. It was meant as attractive landscaping features to impress visitors as they approach the entrance to their mansion Grace hill, Georgia House, which is now a golf club. Two centuries later, the trees remain of the majestic scenery and have become one of the most natural phenomenons photographed in Northern Ireland.
The latest survey from the fence in County Monaghan found that 12% of the Dark Hedges forming part of the border of the townland. More importantly it shows that where the townland boundaries Dark Hedges linked to their native forests are much more likely to have a wide variety of species, including species of plants are less common in other hedges such as ground ivy, wood sorrel and hedge woundwort. Legend has it that the ‘ Grey Lady ‘ haunting supernatural thin ribbon roadways under ancient beech trees. And silently glide along the side of the road and disappeared as he passed the last beech trees. Some say ghostly Specter aides from a nearby home who died in mysterious circumstances a century ago. Others believe that he is the spirit that is missing from the grave of the deceased who allegedly lied hidden in the fields nearby. On the night of Halloween, and to open and the Grey Lady joined at His feet by the souls who tormented the people who are buried next to him. The tree is known as the Dark Hedges in the world and as you can see, they are spectacular. They look amazing in any light, in every corner. In black and white or color, they never stop to inspire or fascinate those who were lucky enough to visit them.