The Walking route known locally as the ‘Old Curragh Road’ follows the line of an old trackway laid down as a central spine road in the late 18th or early 19th century through the townlands of Gortnagleav, Kilnagappagh and Gortnamannagh West. An abandoned clachan or farm village can be seen across a small valley to the south. This village has an intricate network of roads and boreens accessing individual houses. Typical of the rundale system of farming, of which the clachan is a prime example, gardens or garrai are situated close to the houses. The garrai were used for sowing potatoes and vegatables. The clachan complex also contains a lime kiln.