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Area: Newry Mourne Down

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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'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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'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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'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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'Situated on the shores of Strangford Lough in an area of natural beauty, ...
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'Part of South Armagh was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) as long ago as 1966. Following a redrafting of the legislation (Nature Conservation and Amenity Lands (Northern ...
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'The Forest is home to a variety of wildlife including jays, sparrow hawks, wood pigeons, red and grey squirrels, foxes and badgers.'


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'Rowallane Garden is ideal for leisurely walks, afternoon teas in the cafe or just simply relaxing on a seat in the walled garden. Journey through our garden and discover the secret worlds ...
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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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'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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Point of Interest 'Tollymore Forest Park, Castlewellan Forest Park, Murlough Bay'.


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'Along its route, ancient monuments and quiet villages can be discovered. The final section leads through the grounds of Derrymore House (owned and managed by the National Trust) near Bess ...
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'Enjoy the tranquillity of Silent Valley Mountain Park in the heart of the Mourne Mountains. Follow a trail to submerge in the beauty of the park. Find out about the industrial heritage which gave ...
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[1] The Poets Trail Walking Route - Creggan Loop - - - : [2] The Poets Trail Walking Route - Forkhill Loop - - - : [3] The Poets Trail Walking Route - Urney Loop

 

 


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