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Walking

  • Derrynoyd Moyola River Trail

    An easy stroll comprising of a stoned pathway among native and coniferous woodland and riverside.

  • Eagle’s Rock Trail, Moydamlaght Forest, Draperstown

    Lasting approximately 2 hours this trail will lead you through conifer forest on a climb up the slopes of Mullaghmore to the stunning rock face of Craig-na-shoke.

  • Hudy’s Way, Moneyneena, Draperstown

    This circular trail starting from the An Rath Dubh Community Centre is a great opportunity to explore the countryside around the village of Moneyneena in the foothills of the Sperrins.

  • Slí an Chairn – Carntogher Way Walking Trail

    This walk on the hills above the Glenshane Pass gives access to historic Carntogher Mountain with views across Lough Foyle to Errigal and Muckish in Donegal, Sawel and the high Sperrins, and The Mournes and Slieve Gullion.

  • Reuben’s Glen, Moneymore

    Reuben’s Glen short trail is along a beautiful ancient coach road that once linked the plantation towns of Draperstown and Moneymore in the early 17th Century.

  • Moneymore Heritage Trail

    This is a short trail through the village of Moneymore, which explains the wonderful rich heritage and culture of this beautiful conservation area.

  • Manor Park Walk, Moneymore

    An attractive park within the conservation village of Moneymore. A short circular walk comprising of wildlife pond.

  • Ballyronan Wood Walk

    Ballyronan Wood Walk is a beautiful walk through a small 5 acre wet woodland on the shores of Lough Neagh.

  • Gort Moss Walk

    Set off from Kinturk Cultural Centre on this linear walk of 5 miles along old moss roads and between leafy hedgerows close to the villages of Ardboe and Moortown.

  • Lough Fea Walk

    Set in wild mountain scenery, Lough Fea is one of the many delightful lakes dotted throughout the Sperrins Region.

  • Springhill House Walk

    A circular walk through Springhill Estate which visits the gardens, house, estate walk and demesne.

  • Dunamore Riverside Walk

    An attractive, circular riverside walk along the head waters of the Ballinderry River.

  • Drum Manor Forest Park Walk

    Situated 4 miles west of Cookstown, Drum Manor is of particular botanical interest with shrub, butterfly and Japanese gardens, arboretum, ponds and mixed woodlands.

  • Wellbrook Beetling Mill Woodland Walk

    Set in a picturesque wooded glen on the banks of the Ballinderry River. Beautiful walk through a wooded glen and mill race.

  • Pomeroy Forest Walk

    Pomeroy Forest is a small, diverse woodland of 175 hectares on the eastern edge of Pomeroy.

  • Dungannon Earls Trail

    Experience Dungannon in the round by walking or cycling along the new path network which links all the green open spaces and recreational areas in the town.

  • Dungannon Park Walk

    The Park Trail is set amongst the beautiful backdrop of Dungannon Park, a 70 acre oasis.

  • Parkanaur Forest Walks

    Parkanaur Forest is a mixed coniferous and broadleaved woodland of almost 200 hectares, located four miles west of Dungannon.

  • Branny Ramble, Dergenagh, Dungannon

    The Branny Ramble route begins at U.S. Grants Ancestral Homestead between Ballygawley and Aughnacloy.

  • Glenmore Scenic Walk, Dungannon

    This pretty glen is close to the small town of Ballygawley.

  • Sliabh Beagh Walk, Clogher Valley

    The walk, part of the Ulster Way, traverses a pastoral landscape before plunging into Favour Royal Forest and Altadaven Wood.

  • Lissan House Walk

    Venture through the ancient woodland, along forest trails and riverside paths.

  • Glenone Riverside Walk

    Glenone Riverside Walk, known locally as 'Fisherman's Walk', is a linear walk along a stretch of the River Bann.

  • Knockmany Forest Walk

    Knockmany Forest is a collection of woodlands that lies within four miles of Augher. The woodlands are conifer and broad leaved stands.

  • Brantry Wood

    There are way-marked trails throughout the forest. The trails are all a circular loop ranging from 1 – 3 km in length.

  • Cabin Wood

    This tranquil riverside woodland was once part of the Killymoon Castle estate. Follow its circular gravel paths through the mix of ancient woodland and new planting and you’ll find stunning wildflower displays in spring, spectacular views of the castle and countryside, abundant wildlife, and rich autumn colour.

  • Brantry Lough

    This is a circular walk around Brantry Lough

  • Glenone Riverside Trail

    This off-road walking trail follows the shores or the Lower River Bann from Portglenone Bridge for up to a mile.

  • Iniscarn Forest Trail

    Iniscarn Forest is a small wood of just over 320 acres lying to the west of Desertmartin village. The forest area has various conifer species and about 10 acres of mature hardwoods, mostly oak.

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