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2 Day Walks

Mourne Way

A challenging yet rewarding two-day walk from the coast, across the edge of the Mourne Mountains and back to the sea at the opposite side of the range. This route crosses open hill side with no waymarking so walkers should be adequately prepared.

Distance: 26 miles (42km) | More Information

Newry Canal Way

An enjoyable flat walking route alongside the Newry Canal taking in pretty villages, an abundance of wildlife and lock gates that link you to the history of the area.

Distance: 17.5 miles (28km) | More Information

Gortin to Moneyneany

The Sperrin Mountains form the largest area of upland in Northern Ireland. This 23-mile section of the Ulster Way journeys through the heart of the range, mainly following quiet roads and tracks. The highlight is the middle portion through the exceptionally scenic Glenelly Valley. From the head of the valley, walkers who wish to shorten the final road section to Moneyneany can use the public bus service along the B47.

Distance: 23miles (37km) | More Information

Moyle Way

Taking the walker through a magnificent land of geology, wildlife, history and folklore, this route passes a wealth of rivers, ancient monuments and exposed hill summits before reaching its end in the beautiful Glenariff Forest Park.

Distance: 26 miles (42km) | More Information

Glenarm to Ballynure incorporating Antrim Hills Way

The Antrim Hills Way cuts a scenic route through the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It explores a high coastal plateau and encompasses some of the most enjoyable upland walking in County Antrim. Dramatic scenery, isolated hills and fantastic history are just some of the treats on offer.

Distance: 20 miles (32km) | More Information