Northern Ireland has very few public rights of way and therefore in many areas walkers can only enjoy the countryside because of the goodwill and tolerance of landowners. Permission has been obtained from all landowners across whose land the Waymarked Ways and Ulster Way traverse.
Much of Northern Ireland’s public land is also accessible, eg. Water Service and Forest Service land, as is land owned and managed by organisations such as the National Trust and the Woodland Trust.
For further information on access in Northern Ireland, contact Outdoor Recreation Northern Ireland on 028 9030 3930 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every care has been taken to ensure accuracy of the information. We cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions but where such are brought to our attention, the information will be amended accordingly.
Whilst all the clubs, associations and activity operators listed on this website generally operate according to which is accepted as current best practice, it is the responsibility of the participant to ensure that they are credible and all appropriate safety standards are adhered to. Outdoor Recreation Northern Ireland have, nor assume, any responsibility for the accuracy or the completeness of the information supplied or the service and level of care afforded by any of the clubs, associations and activity operators listed on this website.