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3 Day Walks

Lecale Way

A walking route that takes in the pretty villages, wild coastline, and historic sites of the Lecale Region. This section of trail uses a combination of country roads, tracks and footpaths to explore the best of the scenery, with lowland terrain and frequent signposts.

Distance: 34 miles (55km) | More Information

Ring of Gullion Way

A walking route following a mixture of footpaths and country lanes past a number of historical sites in Slieve Gullion, an area that has long been celebrated by geologists for its unique natural history.

Distance: 37 miles (59km) | More Information

Lough Bradan to Gortin

This section boasts some of the most extensive views on the entire Ulster Way as it journeys from the western most reaches of County Tyrone into the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains. At 34 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.

Distance: 34 miles (55km) | More Information

Dungiven to Castlerock incorporating North Sperrins Way

From the main spine of the Sperrin Mountains a broad ridge of rolling upland stretches north all the way to the north coast. The North Sperrins Way makes up the majority of this route following the crest of this ridge from the historic town of Dungiven all the way to Swanns’s Bridge near Binevenagh. The Ulster Way section then continues further to Castlerock on the North Coast. Along the way the route enjoys fine views and a variety of walking, from open mountainside to forest trails and quiet roads.

Distance: 39 miles (63km) | More Information

Causeway Coast Way

This route, from Portstewart to Ballycastle, passes through the Causeway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a World Heritage Site and several Areas of Special Scientific Interest. It includes views of wide bays, sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs and off-shore rocks.

Distance: 32 miles / 51km| More Information