Short route along public road then climbs a lane to the open mountain side of Benbradagh. Countour along mountain to site of Tannyranney old church. Great views to the Sperrins, Roe Valley and Lough Foyle. No dogs as sheep grazing on mountain.

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  • walked it nearly every day nice wee site.!

    kevin at 10:37 am
  • County Londonderry

    Distance 0.8 miles

    OS Map Sheet 8

    Terrain Road, track & open mountain

    Nearest Town Dungiven

    Route Shape Circular

    Grid Reference C727135

    Route Type Hill

    Route Description

    From Gelvin Community Hall turn left along the B64 Legavallon Road towards Dungiven. Turn left at the finger post and follow the lane as it climbs the north slopes of Benbradagh through two sets of gates. At the second set of gates continue right along a rough track along the countour of the mountain until you meet Tannyranny Old Church. To return retrace your steps to Gelvin.

    Point of Interest

    WALK Old Church, Benbradagh Mountain

    Getting to the start

    From Dungiven take the B64 Legavallon Rd. Gelvin Community Hall is 3 miles along the road on your right.


    Toilets & refreshments in Dungiven