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Killyclogher Burn

A peaceful off road route, leaving from the village of Killyclogher and winding its way through open farmland, and following the Killyclogher Burn along the way.

County

Tyrone

Distance

0.8 miles

OS Map

13

Nearest Town

Killyclogher

Route Shape

Linear

Route Type

Parkland & Grassland, Riverside

Terrain

Grass path, open fields

Grid Reference (Start)

H470 737

Grid Reference (End)

H476 753

Point of Interest

Killyclogher Village, Killyclogher Burn

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Sperrins

Route Description

Start the route by passing through the gap in the bridge that crosses over the Killyclogher Burn on the Old Mountfield Road. Continue to follow the worn path along the edge of the burn, until reaching a large stile – parts of this section are wet underfoot. Cross the stile and continue along the edge of the field with the burn on your right, crossing over several other stiles in the process. You eventually come to a small gated bridge crossing a stream, pass over this bridge and continue uphill to reach the end of the route. Retrace your steps to get back to the start.

Dogs

Dogs are not allowed. No dogs - livestock present

Accessibility Grade

Grade 5

Several large stiles to be crossed, uneven grassy terrain, steep slopes

Facilities

Car parking

Publication

N/A

Publication Availability

N/A

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Ratings and Comments

★★★☆☆
David Scott 28 July, 2015 @ 22:38

I found that the path along the Burn was impassable being overgrown with high brambles.

I made a special journey last week to see the pool below the waterfall upstream. I learnt to swim there some 65 years ago so I was very disappointed..

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