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

The Sections of the Ulster Way

Ballycastle to Glenarm

32.5 miles (52 km) miles

Offering a poor weather alternative to Moyle Way

Ballynure to Belfast

19 miles (30 km) miles

Link Section linking Ballynure to Belfast

Belcoo to Belleek including Lough Navar Forest Option

29 miles (46 km) miles

A journey through the uplands of west Fermanagh

Belfast to Holywood

7 miles (11.3km) miles

Link section from Belfast to Holywood

Belleek to Lough Bradan

31 miles (50 km) miles

Link Section from Belleek to Lough Bradan

Castlerock to Portstewart

10 miles (16 km) miles

Link Section from Castlerock to Portstewart

Causeway Coast Way

33 miles (52 km) miles

An exhilarating route along the most celebrated stretch of coastline in Northern Ireland.

Dungiven to Castlerock incorporating the North Sperrins Way

37.5 miles (60 km) miles

A series of mountain joining the high Sperrins to the north coast

Florencecourt to Belcoo (including the Cuilcagh Way)

10 miles (16 km) miles

Exploring rural Fermanagh and Global UNESCO Geopark.

Glenarm to Ballynure incorporating Antrim Hills Way

20 miles (31.5 km) miles

Cutting a scenic route through the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Gortin to Moneyneany

23 miles (37 km) miles

Passing through the Sperrin Mountains - the largest area of upland in Northern Ireland.

Groomsport to Strangford

30 miles (49 km) miles

Link Section from Groomsport to Strangford

Lagan Towpath

12 miles (19.2 km) miles

The Lagan Valley Regional Park is a beautiful corridor of greenery springing from the southern districts of Belfast City.

Lecale Way

34 miles (55 km) miles

Explores the heavily indented shoreline of County Down, a coast rich in history and wildlife.

Lisnaskea to Florencecourt

22 miles (35 km) miles

Link Section from Lisnaskea to Florencecourt

Lough Bradan to Gortin

37 miles (59 km) miles

This section boasts some of the most extensive views on the entire Ulster Way

Magilligan to Binevenagh

10 miles (16 km) miles

Link Section from Magilligan to Binevenagh

Moneyneany to Dungiven

13 miles (21 km) miles

A short section through forest and on open hillside offering some fantastic views

Mourne Way

26 miles (42 km) miles

Long distance walking route in County Down

Moyle Way

27 miles (43 km) miles

Passes through the heart of the world-famous Glens of Antrim

Newry Canal Way

17.5 miles (28km) miles

18-mile long section exploring the restored towpath of the historic Newry Canal

North Down Coastal Path

12 miles (19.2 km) miles

Coastal Path taking the walker along the south shore of Belfast Lough.

Ring of Gullion Way

37 miles (59 km) miles

Exploring the ancient volcanic landscape of the Ring of Gullion Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Rostrevor to Newry

10 miles (16 km) miles

Link Section from Rostrevor to Newry

Scarva to Aughnacloy

38 miles (60 km) miles

Link Section from Scarva to Aughnacloy

Sliabh Beagh Way

40 miles (65 km) miles

Passes through some of the most remote parts of the Ulster countryside

Map of Northern IrelandMap of Ulster Way Route
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Route of Ballycastle to GlenarmRoute of Ballynure to BelfastRoute of Belcoo to Belleek including Lough Navar Forest OptionRoute of Belfast to HolywoodRoute of Belleek to Lough BradanRoute of Castlerock to PortstewartRoute of Causeway Coast WayRoute of Dungiven to Castlerock incorporating the North Sperrins WayRoute of Florencecourt to Belcoo (including the Cuilcagh Way)Route of Glenarm to Ballynure incorporating Antrim Hills WayRoute of Gortin to MoneyneanyRoute of Groomsport to StrangfordRoute of Lagan TowpathRoute of Lecale WayRoute of Lisnaskea to FlorencecourtRoute of Lough Bradan to GortinRoute of Magilligan to BinevenaghRoute of Moneyneany to DungivenRoute of Mourne WayRoute of Moyle WayRoute of Newry Canal WayRoute of North Down Coastal PathRoute of Ring of Gullion WayRoute of Rostrevor to NewryRoute of Scarva to AughnacloyRoute of Sliabh Beagh Way