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Robbers Table

An excellent off-road hill walk opening up views of the Bluestack and High Sperrin Mountain ranges.




8.1 miles

OS Map

Sheet 13

Nearest Town

Omagh / Gortin

Route Shape


Route Type



Mostly off road on hills

Grid Reference (Start)


Grid Reference (End)


Point of Interest

Great views for miles on a clear day

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty


Route Description

Park at Gortin Glen Forest Park. Exit the Park, cross the road and turn first right onto the Lisnaharney Road.

At the 5th road junction on the right hand side, leave the road and walk uphill along the Lisnaharney public right of way.

From the top of the hill descend to the road, turning left at the bottom.

Walk along the road until turning left again onto the Eskeradooey public right of way. This path leads to the top of the hill and then descends back to the Lisnaharney Road.

On reaching the road turn left and retrace your steps back to the car park at Gortin Glens Forest Park.

Getting to the Start (by Public Transport)

Translink - journeyplanner.translink.co.uk

Getting to the Start (by Car)

Drive to Gortin Forest Park, which is located on the Gortin Road approx 6 miles north of Omagh.

Accessibility Grade

Grade 5

Accessible Facilities

The following facilities are available for users with limited mobility:

Disabled toilets


Car parking, picnic tables and toilets in Gortin Glens Forest Park - admittance charges apply


The Robbers Table

Publication Availability

Contact Omagh TIC: 028 8224 7831 or email info@omagh.gov.uk.

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Ratings and Comments

Claudia 10 October, 2018 @ 18:58

Wonderful medium length walk with stunning views throughout. A bit mucky so boots are best. Parking for 1 or 2 cars at the national school, that cuts out the long and slightly boring walk from Gortin Forest Park. Really loved it!

terry wilson 23 March, 2016 @ 12:24

Fantastic walk, well sign posted and views are great on a clear day. Boots recommended.

Tom 26 August, 2013 @ 15:48

Very very nice walk, bit of a dander on the road to get to the mountain.. Get yer coat on and go. Wouldnt recommend doing in trainers!! Some sections are peat /bog. Wish they had more public rights of way like it...

Kevin Gillespie 26 July, 2013 @ 22:33

A very pleasant walk on a hazy summers day in July by myself and two friends. Nicely signposted and clear path so you really cant go wrong. Thanks to whoever makes this possible!

Frances Hosey 11 July, 2010 @ 11:27

this was an excellent walk to help build on stamina, beautiful views, well sign posted. highly reccomend it.

william crawford 24 March, 2010 @ 15:57

can i get to start by bus?

Ronnie Irvine 2 December, 2007 @ 09:15

A pleasant walk, some good paths, some road sections,muddy stretches.Quite well signposted.Excellent views to Muckish and Errigal-even on a mixed November day. 9 miles-no,nearer 8.

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