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Mid Ulster

'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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'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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'"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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‘Before public ownership, Parkanaur Forest was part of the Burgess Estate. The enclosed herd of white fallow deer, the house and gardens are attractive features for many visitors who come he ...
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'Colour coded direction arrows point the various way-marked routes – these and distances are also indicated on the route sketch. However woodchip surfaces can make for difficult going – even on sco ...
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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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[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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'The Sperrins are one of the largest and probably the least explored of all the mountain ranges in Ireland. Stretching for 35 miles the countryside is completely unspoilt and contains some ...
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'Experience the beguiling spirit of this inimitable 17th-century "Plantation" home, with its walled gardens and parkland, full of tempting waymarked paths. There are ten generations of Lenox-Co ...
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