Walking

Ballyronan Wood Walk

Ballyronan Wood Walk is a beautiful walk through a small 5 acre wet woodland on the shores of Lough Neagh. The area boasts a wealth of wildlife easily viewed from the woodland path.


Springhill House Walk

A circular walk through Springhill Estate which visits the gardens, house, estate walk and demesne. There is a tower on an elevated site above the beech walk dating from the early 18th Century.


Drumcairne Wood Walk

A new path has now been way marked from a small car park in the forest through a varied woodland containing broadleaves and conifers. The forest is rugged and beautiful which is part of its charm. When visiting Drumcairne, you can expect to find beautiful walks and closeness with nature.


Lough Fea Walk

Set in wild mountain scenery, Lough Fea is one of the many delightful lakes dotted throughout the Sperrins Region. Covering 180 acres this natural beauty spot is an anglers dream. The 4.15km (aprox 1 hour) walkway around the Lough is a haven for local walkers and tourists alike.


Moneymore Heritage Trail Walk

This is a short trail through the village of Moneymore which explains the wonderful rich heritage and culture of this beautiful conversation area. Having been a settlement for over 400 years Moneymore's historic past can still be seen in a range of important architectural buildings which hide behind the busy village of today.


Gort Moss Walk

A linear walk of 5 miles along old moss roads and between leafy hedgerows close to the villages of Ardboe and Moortown.


Manor Park Walk

An attractive park within the conservation village of Moneymore,. A short circular walk comprising of wildlife pond and environmental play area.


Wellbrook Beetling Mill Woodland Walk

Set in a picaresque wooded glen on the banks of the Ballinderry River. Beautiful 1.3 mile walk through a wooded glen and mill race.


Innevall Wood Walk

Innevall railway walk is a short circular walk through lowland countryside and an old railway embankment. The GNR Railway line provides a scenic viewpoint to the surrounding landscape.


Dunnamore Riverside Walk

An attractive short circular walk along the Ballinderry River.


Drum Manor Forest Park

The attractive eighteenth-century demesne is now a forest park. Colourful in spring and autumn with a shrub, butterfly and Japanese garden, arboretum, ponds and mixed woodlands. Way-marked trails of varying length commence at the car park and form a circular route. Self-guided trail with wheelchair access.

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