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
Sliabh Beagh Way
A walking route that meanders along a mixture of country lanes and forest tracks through countryside stepped in local myth and legend. This trail is well signposted and follows a remote path and generally good terrain across the expanse of the moor around Sliabh Beagh.
Distance: 40 miles (65km) | 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