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'An Creagán is a superb site with a range of facilities and activities for families, couples, individuals and groups. Located between the historic town of Omagh and the market town of Cookstown at ...
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'A competent walk leader leads each walk. Meeting points vary depending on walks - details available in programme The walks primarily take place in Northern Ireland and Donegal. The club organises ...
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'Botanic Gardens was established in 1828 by the Belfast Botanic and Horticultural Society, in response to public interest in horticulture and botany ... Unfortunately for the Soci ...
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Category Belfast City

'In the winter months October to March we walk within a 15-mile radius of Belfast. Walks are between 3 and 5 miles in Winter and 5 to 8 miles in Summer.'


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Category Belfast City

'Belfast City Cemetery is one of the oldest public cemeteries in Belfast. It was purchased in 1866 by Belfast Corporation (now the council) and was officially opened on 1 August 1869 as th ...
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Category Belfast City

'Walking is one of the easiest and cheapest ways of enjoying the outdoors and keeping fit. We have a number of different Walking Routes in our parks to help you get active ... Orienteering is an ex ...
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Category Belfast City

'The forest opened in 1961 and covers 75 hectares along the south bank of the River Lagan. There are a number of historic sites within the forest, including the Norman motte, which dates back to th ...
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'The Main Valley Bogs SAC is an important concentration of lowland raised bogs along the River Main valley. It includes three active raised bogs namely; Dunloy Bog ASSI, Caldanagh Bog ASSI and Fros ...
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[1] Garden Trail - - - : [2] Heritage Trail - - - : [3] Shore Trail - - - : [4] Woodland Trail - - - : [5] Biodiversity Trail - - - : [6] Fitness Trail - - - : [7] Larne Parkrun - - - : [8] Highway ...
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Castle Archdale Forest is 'a 520 hectare mixed broadleaved and coniferous lowland forest that lies along the shore of Lough Erne and includes a number of islands'.


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'Experience the stately grandeur of this stunning 18th-century mansion set in a beautiful wooded landscape park ideal for family walks. Read More...

'All our Wetland Centres exist to fulfil founder Peter Scott's vision of connecting people with nature, so we make it a principle that our wetlands and wildlife are accessible to everyone.'


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Choose your Trail [1] Shore trail at Castle Ward - - - : [2] Castle trail - - - : [3]  Farm trail at Castle Ward - - - : [4] Boundary trail at Castle Ward - - - : [5] Hoof trail at Castle ...
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'All the trails start from the Lakeside Car Park and take in many of the key points of interest including the Annesley Garden and Arboretum (a mixture of informal and formal design with terraces, f ...
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'There is an expectation that new members will be reasonably fit when they join us - although we always try to provide options for different levels of fitness this is not always practicable. Level ...
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'The public are welcome to visit this area on foot. There is a waymarked walking trail in Drumcairne Forest. Walkers can use the forest roads in other blocks.'


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Category Mid Ulster

'The most accessible part of the Park is along the shore – Crawfordsburn and Helens Bay beaches where a broad, tarmac path makes the going easy. To the east – at Crawfords Beach the ramble must sto ...
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'One of Ireland's most important conservation areas, Crom is home to a wealth of wildlife. Discover it whether you are fishing, woodland walking, butterfly spotting or bird watching. At Crom you ca ...
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[1] Guides & Clubs - - - : [2] History Trails - - - : [3] Other Walks - - - : [4] Quality Walks Northern Ireland


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Category Derry & Strabane

'Monday Walks take place on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month throughout the year, these walks are 5 and 6 miles in length and the walkers are predominantly retired. Tuesday Evening Walks are a ...
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'Walkers can enjoy the miles of interesting pathways that define the parkland. From its high ground, such pathways have splendid viewpoints of Dungannon Town and the surrounding countryside.'


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Category Mid Ulster

'You are welcome to come along to two or three of our walks to see how well they suit you. The walk meeting points and/or Intermediate Meeting points are given in the Sunday and Wednesday club prog ...
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Usually walk once per fortnight on a Sunday afternoon.


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Category Belfast City

'The ecos centre is the ideal place to entertain the kids, with fun interactive galleries, toy tractors and sandpit, duck feeding, playparks and a willow tunnel. The centre acts as an info ...
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'A mixed group of keen walkers and climbers in Fermanagh meeting on a weekly basis to participate in walking activities. The walks carried out vary from moderate to streneuous with the emphasis bei ...
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'Our walks are throughout Donegal and the Sperrins. Regularly we organise walking weekends throughout Ireland and annually we organise a trip to Scotland, The Lake District in England or Wales. All ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'Glenariff Forest is home to many animals of conservation concern, most notably red squirrel, hen harrier and Irish hare. There are several walking trails through the forest which give spe ...
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Way-Marked Trails 'A range of trails start from the finger post in the main car park. They give the visitor the chance to enjoy the Park’s natural flora and fauna at its best. All the trai ...
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'This Club is aimed primarily at the 50+ age group and the speed and difficulty of the hill climbing will reflect this.'


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Briefly described are: [1] Magho Cliffs Walk - - - : [2] The Lough Navar Lakes Walk - - - : [3] Correl Glen Nature Reserve - - - : [4] Blackslee Waterfall Walk


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'A rural haven of relaxation and recreation ... There's something for everyone, from the zealous sports lover to the casual visitor who relishes the outdoor life. The extensive facilities offer con ...
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'The Geopark has an extensive network of high quality walking trails with rambling country lanes, winding forest tracks, breathtaking mountain walks or tranquil lakeshore paths all within easy reac ...
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'"A" walks are longer and harder. "B" walks are somewhat easier and more relaxed ... All new club members and visitors will be expected to do at least one "B" walk to allow their walking abilities ...
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Category Mid Ulster

'The Garden reflects a rich tapestry of design and great planting artistry that was the hallmark of Edith, Lady Londonderry. The mild climate of Strangford Lough allows astonishing levels ...
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'The mountains and the surrounding area offers some of the best walking in Ireland set within stunning scenery. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), there is not only a ...
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Taster Walks 'Some people who would like to walk in the mountains have never had the opportunity to take on the challenge of a hill walk - they remain unsure about the equipment they will ...
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'There is a network of paths and boardwalks through the dunes, woodland and heath from where you will see an array of butterflies and wild flowers, as well as acce ...
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'This is not a sightseeing tour in the strictest sense. There is no physical reminder or legacy of the incidents involved. Belfast City Centre is now an active, vibrant place, far removed from the ...
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Category Belfast City

'The Borough of Antrim is the jewel of Lough Neagh. Its central location, high quality tourist accommodation, superb retail facilities, rich tapestry of history and friendly welcome make it an idea ...
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'The City developed over the centuries but seen as a place of wealth was pillaged by various armies down through the ages. In 1765 Archbishop Robinson (1708-94) was appointed primate of all-Ireland ...
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'One of the most important features of the guide is a walking trail of Ballymoney Town which signposts buildings of historic interest.'


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'The scenic beauty and the diverse landscape make the Banbridge District a great place to explore on foot.In recent years [the former] Banbridge District Council has been working to provide opportu ...
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'The Trail focuses on many aspects of Bangor's history highlighting its key sites and buildings of interest. This walk will take approximately 1½ hrs to complete (unless you follow the coastal path ...
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'The Friends of Bashfordsland Wood & Oakfield Glen is a voluntary group of local residents who want to dedicate some of their time, energy and effort to caring for and improving this g ...
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The Belfast Hills have six main sites which are open to the public: [1] Carnmoney Hill - - - : [2] Cave Hill Country Park - - - : [3] Divis and the Black Mountain - - - : [4] Slievenacloy ...
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Category Belfast City

'A classic beach walk enjoyed by many all year round. The walk from Benone to Downhill is extremely popular. Access from Benone to Magilligan Point may be restricted at times when the firing range ...
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'Walkers can choose between a gentle stroll around the foot of Carnmoney Hill; a lower woodland walk (lasting approx 30 mins); or a hilltop walk (lasting over an hour). There are some steep incline ...
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'... Mentioned in the early Iron Age tale Táin Bó Cuailgne, the area is rich in mythology and archaeological heritage and a number of monuments remain visible in the landscape.'


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Category Mid Ulster

Download the 40-page PDF containing details of eighteeen walks across the Region, ranging from 0.9 miles to 14.3 miles.


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'This superb, two-day walking route takes you along Northern Ireland's most celebrated coastline. High cliffs, secluded beaches and numerous historic and natural landmarks are just some of the trea ...
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'The Sperrins are the largest area of upland in Northern Ireland. If you have time don't miss a walk to Sawel and Dart Mountains, the highest points in the County ... The final section of ...
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'Traffic free section of the National Cycle Network developed by Sustrans along the old Belfast to Comber railway line. The path was completed in November 2008 and provides a tranquil green corrido ...
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Category Belfast City

[1] The CCG Trail - - - : [2] The George Best Trail - - - : [3] The C.S. Lewis Trail - - - : [4] Van Morrison Trail - - - : [5] Other East Belfast Trails; The Yardmen Trail and the Victoria Park Ec ...
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Category Belfast City

[1] Ballyronan Wood Walk - - - : [2] Springhill House Walk - - - : [3] Drumcairne Wood Walk - - - : [4] Lough Fea Walk - - - : [5] Moneymore Heritage Trail Walk - - - : [6] Gort Moss Walk - - - : [ ...
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Category Mid Ulster

'Walking and cycling enthusiasts are finding that Craigavon encapsulates the phrase "the freedom of the road". As we become increasingly hemmed in by traffic congestion, travel restrictions and urb ...
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'The site runs down the hill to Lisnabreeny House, once owned by the Robb family, and now used by Lagan College, the provinces first integrated school. Below this lies Cregagh Glen, a semi natural ...
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'Visitors should be aware that paths in Crumlin Glen are steep and narrow in places. There are 2 ways to access the Glen from Crumlin village. Crumlin Glen is signposted on Nutt's Corner R ...
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'This Heritage Trail has identified 100 sites of particular historic significance - from Cathedrals and Churches, Parks and Villages, Murals and Monuments all within the Derry City Council ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'The property contains the peaks of Divis Mountain, Black Mountain, Mount Gilbert and Armstrongs Hill, and also the headwaters of the Clady Water, Forth River, Ballygomartin River, Collin River and ...
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Category Belfast City

'Ecotrails provide an opportunity for young people to develop an awareness, appreciation and understanding of, and responsibility to, their local natural and built environment by taking part in an ...
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Category Northern Ireland

Download from the Website PDFs of Forest Trails Maps for about a dozen forests across Northern Ireland.


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Category Northern Ireland

'From Derry a traffic-free cycle path runs parallel to the River Foyle towards the border with Donegal. This section uses the track-bed of the former Great Northern Railway. This is a shared-use pa ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'Entering Hillsborough Forest you will have an opportunity to relax in tranquil and unspoilt surroundings. This is an ideal location for a picnic or to spend a day angling in the lake (per ...
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'The Appalachian Mountains were formed more than 250 Million years ago during the Paleozoic Era, when the earth’s plates collided to form the supercontinent Pangea. They straddled the cent ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'Thank you for visiting my website. I am one of a very small number of outdoor writers and photographers born and bred in Ireland. My work has been published in several leading outdoor magazines si ...
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Category Northern Ireland

'The towpath exists today in 3 distinct sections and the maps in the Guide are divided accordingly: [1] Aghagallon Towpath (1.5 miles) - - - : [2] Aghalee to Moira Towpath (3.1 miles) - - - : [3] U ...
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'Along the Canal towpath you will find 35 numbered audio trail markers. Each one displays a barcode that when scanned with a Smartphone sends an audio file, revealing what life used to be like for ...
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'Tower houses, castles and ancient monuments are dotted throughout its landscape and a wealth of wildlife can be discovered along the contrasting shores of Strangford Lough and the Irish Sea.'


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'... The award has come about as a result of Fermanagh District Council successfully conserving the blanket bog (a priority habitat for conservation in Europe) by restoring areas of damage ...
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Access a number of descriptions of Walks (though not all are recent), including: [1] The Local History Trail - - - : [2] A walk along the Roe - - - : [3] A stroll through Limavady - - - : [4] The R ...
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Download from the Website two PDFs: [1] Loughbrickland Historic Trail - - - : [2] The Historic Trail - Whyte Estate (2.5 miles)


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'Within the town centre is the largest urban park in Northern Ireland, 200 acres in size including a 59 acre lake. No other town offers such a stark yet complimentary contrast between historic buil ...
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'Walking the Mournes couldn't get any better, whether your out for a short walk through with magical fairy glen in Rostrevor or approaching the summit of Northern Ireland's highest peak; The Slieve ...
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'This is a challenging yet rewarding walk, some of which crosses open hill side with no waymarking so please ensure you are adequatley prepared. There is little accommodation available along the ro ...
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'The Moyle Way is a challenging, two-day walk that explores the northern-most Glens of Antrim. Following a mixture of forest tracks and remote upland moor, the route includes a visit to th ...
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