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

Lough Bradan to Gortin

This section boasts some of the most extensive views on the entire Ulster Way as it journeys from the westernmost reaches of County Tyrone into the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains. At 37 miles it will be too long for most walkers to contemplate tackling in a single day, but it can be broken down into several more manageable stages, each with its own individual character and scenery.
County

Tyrone

Distance

37 miles (59 km) miles

OS Map

Sheet 12 & 13

Terrain

Forest tracks, rural roads and waymarked open mountain

Start Town/Village

Lough Bradan (Ederney)

Finish Town/Village

Gortin

GridReferences

Starts at H214717
Ends at H492858

Points of Interest

Lough Bradan, Bolaght Mountain, Bessy Bell, Gortin Not directly on route – Pettigo, Ederney, Ulster American Folk Park