This article is about the Class III road numbered C611 maintained by DfI Roads.
For other roads numbered C611, see C611
The C611 follows much of the Glenelly Valley in the Sperrin Mountains. The road starts on the B47 at Castledamph and crosses the Glenelly River immediately before turning eastwards and heading up the valley on its southern side. As the road climbs higher away from the river it encounters many tight bends while crossing various streams running down the slopes within V shaped valleys. At one tight bend not far from the northern end of the C612 a spur heads south up into Barnes Gap where it meets the C612. Continuing east up the valley, the road is very similar in character with sharp turns at burn crossings. Further along a spur heads north and drops down to cross the river, meeting the B47 in the village of Cranagh on the other side. The road eventually reaches Sperrin Lodge where it crosses back over to the north side of the river to once again meet the B47.