Glenmore Scenic Walk

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This walk runs along the path of the Glen but you can choose a higher level path taking you to a look-out point which commands great views of the pastured hillsides and wider countryside.

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  • This is a strenuous walk and is steep in parts. Also, there are quite big drops down into the river from the path so care has to be taken when walking. Children really must be kept very close because of the drops. It also isn’t a good walk for those with limited mobility or fitness.

    Phil at 9:21 pm
  • Lovely walk at this time of year with the leaves starting to turn and blackberries and hazel nuts in abundance.

    Needs care if you have children with you though as some of the paths are narrow with steep drops

    Helen Osborn at 2:38 pm
  • I recently was on this route and it is not safe at the moment , as there is quite a big tree blown across the Path and

    I see that parts of the path are in need of repair and when I visited this walk before I could have given it a higher rating but not this time

    Alice at 2:38 pm
  • County Tyrone

    Distance 1.2 miles

    OS Map Sheet 19

    Terrain Unsurfaced paths, steep in parts

    Nearest Town Ballygawley

    Route Shape Circular

    Grid Reference H656605

    Route Type Riverside, Woodland

    Route Description

    The walk can be accessed from two car parks, but starts and finishes in the car park on Bockets Road.

    From the car park, go through the kissing gate and follow the path slightly uphill towards the glen. It is is a circular route and can be done in either direction. The walk described here follows an anti-clockwise direction.

    Turn right and cross over the bridge, following the path through the glen. The wide unsurfaced path leads steeply uphill for approximately 10 minutes until it meets a junction signed to a viewpoint on the right.

    For a short detour, follow the path uphill to the viewpoint where a wooden shelter with seating offers a chance to pause and view the surrounding countryside. Head back downhill to the main path.

    Continue along this path until reaching the top car park on Tullyavern Road.

    The path continues down the glen back to the bridge crossed at the start. From here retrace your steps back to the car park. The walk takes around 45 minutes to complete.

    Point of Interest

    Views from lookout, pretty glen

    Getting to the start

    Follow the brown tourist signs off the main Dungannon to Ballygawley Rd (A4). The car parks are approx. 1 and 3 miles from the main road.

    Public transport

    Translink –

    Dog Policy

    Dogs must be kept on leads.


    Car parking at either end of the walk.

    Accessibility Grade

    Grade 5

    • There may not be a formalised path, and variable, single file trails are to be expected.
    • Gradients and cross slope could be expected to be steep and not limited.
    • Obstacles and surface breaks of greater than 75mm measured across the line of the path to be expected.
    • Overhanging branches are possible. Passing places and rest areas may not be formalised or provided.