Ulster Way A 625 mile (1000km) circular walking route in Northern Ireland

Gortin to Moneyneany

The Sperrin Mountains form the largest area of upland in Northern Ireland. This 21-mile section of the Ulster Way journeys through the heart of the range, mainly following quiet roads and tracks. The highlight is the middle portion through the exceptionally scenic Glenelly Valley. From the head of the valley, walkers who wish to shorten the final road section to Moneyneany can use the public bus service along the B47.
County

Tyrone

Distance

23 miles (37 km) miles

OS Map

Sheet 8 & 13

Terrain

Rural Roads, short sections of forest track, open hillside

Start Town/Village

Gortin

Finish Town/Village

Moneyneany

GridReferences

Starts at H492858
Ends at H751971

Points of Interest

Gortin, Barnes Gap, Glenelly Valley, Moneyneany