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Blue Lough Walk - Annalong
distance 9.59 km Vertical gain +240 m Vertical drop -240 m Duration 3h25 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Newry and Mourne

This walk provides an easy introduction to the Mountains of Mourne giving a mountain atmosphere whilst following gentle gradients and making use of distinct tracks and pathways.

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Big Dog forest Walk
distance 4.34 km Vertical gain +58 m Vertical drop -55 m Duration 1h25 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Fermanagh

Big Dog Forest is 1,000 hectares in size and is cloaked largely with conifers. This beautiful short walk allows you to explore some of Fermanagh’s best upland landscapes, and the forest is inhabited by wildlife as varied as red deer, herons and dragonflies. This is a truly special spot offering a great day out for the family.

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Arney Battlefield Trail
distance 2.25 km Vertical gain +8 m Vertical drop -8 m Duration 0h40 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Fermanagh

This figure-of-eight trail rises gently above the surrounding countryside before dropping down to the site of the Battle of the Ford of the Biscuits. (A) This landscape has been an ancient routeway for thousands of years and was used by traders, adventurers and armies. The Battle of the Ford of the Biscuits was fought here in 1594, and the ruins of 18th century Nixon Hall nestles within a landscaped demesne of rolling drumlins. This looped community trail offer a unique walking experience.

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The Montagnac bee-hives from Montfrin
distance 14.37 km Vertical gain +104 m Vertical drop -95 m Duration 4h25 Moderate Moderate
Starting point Starting point in Montfrin - 30 - Gard

A picturesque walk that allows you to discover two villages (Montfrin and Théziers) as well as the largest bee wall in France.

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distance 6.89 km Vertical gain +10 m Vertical drop -10 m Duration 2h00 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Muncaster - Cumbria

Dog-friendly walk from Ravenglass to the river Irt passing by Saltcoats.

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St Bees Head - St Bees lighthouse and Birkham's Quarry
distance 5.99 km Vertical gain +122 m Vertical drop -109 m Duration 2h05 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Whitehaven - Cumbria

Dog-friendly circular walk starting from Sandwith village and passing by Birkham's Quarry and St Bees Lighthouse.

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Banagher Forest Walk
distance 11.83 km Vertical gain +267 m Vertical drop -269 m Duration 4h10 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Limavady

During this walk, let's discover stunning views between forest and water. Let's breath the refreshing air in Banagher Forest around Streeve Mountain.

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Avish to Eagles Hill Trail
distance 4.71 km Vertical gain +153 m Vertical drop -155 m Duration 1h45 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Limavady

A refreshing walk along the cliff top overlooking Benone Beach, Lough Foyle and the Inishowen Peninsula in Co. Donegal.

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distance 0.91 km Vertical gain +4 m Vertical drop -4 m Duration 0h15 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Cookstown

Ballyronan wood is a beautiful walk through a small 5 acre wet woodland on the shores of Lough Neagh. The area boasts a wealth of wildlife easily viewed from the woodland path, such as mute swan, whooper swan, bewick swan, great crested grebes and tufted duck.

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Ballymacran Bank Walk
distance 4.62 km Vertical gain +1 m Vertical drop -1 m Duration 1h20 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Limavady

A spectacular level coastal walk along Lough Foyle (Northern Ireland’s biggest estuary) with great views of the hills of Inishowen and Binevenagh. A perfect place to observe the waders and wildfowl that visit Lough Foyle and to be thrilled by their evocative calls. The walk also boasts great views over Lough Foyle to Inishowen and is the perfect place to watch the various wildfowl who visit Lough Foyle.

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distance 9.43 km Vertical gain +38 m Vertical drop -42 m Duration 2h50 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Banbridge

Lovely walk around the small hamlet of Ballyroney, on the banks of the Upper River Bann. Formerly a raised bog, but now completely cut over, Lackan Bog represents one of the largest single blocks of lowland peat left in County Down. 13 out of 22 Irish species have been spotted in the bog. The best time to see them is between March and October.

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Benbradagh Walk
distance 12.29 km Vertical gain +298 m Vertical drop -289 m Duration 4h20 Moderate Moderate
Starting point Starting point in Limavady

A demanding walk off road over rough terrain. Rewarded with amazing 360 degree views.

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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge Walk - Ballintoy
distance 2.55 km Vertical gain +78 m Vertical drop -76 m Duration 0h55 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Moyle

Famous for its rope bridge, (unique in Ireland) – which connects the mainland to Carrick-a-Rede Island. The island until recently was an active salmon fishery, with an old fisherman’s bothy, old ropes, and nets still visible.
On route to the island, the grassy slopes and rocky outcrops are awash with colour in late spring/summer (the site is an Area of Special Scientific Interest), on the basis of its flora and unique geology – being at the centre of an ancient volcano.

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distance 3.74 km Vertical gain +129 m Vertical drop -131 m Duration 1h25 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Belfast

A walk through the woodland and parkland of the Belfast Castle Estate against the dramatic backdrop of Cave Hill.

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Scafell Pike down by Sprinkling Tarn
distance 13.64 km Vertical gain +946 m Vertical drop -940 m Duration 6h35 Difficult Difficult
Starting point Starting point in Wasdale - Cumbria

Dog-friendly circular walk to Scafell Pike and going down by Sprinkling Tarn. Scafell Pike is the highest summit in England. View from the top is incredible.

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Banagher Glen Walk
distance 6.16 km Vertical gain +132 m Vertical drop -132 m Duration 2h10 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Limavady

Short walk through the steep wooded Banagher Glen, one of the oldest ancient oak woodlands in Ireland to Altnaheglish Reservoir and Banagher Dam. Surfaced road from car park to dam with some very steep sections.
Banagher Nature Reserve is one of 50 similar reserves in Northern Ireland

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Ballymacormick Point Walk
distance 5.35 km Vertical gain +4 m Vertical drop -6 m Duration 1h30 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in North Down

This rocky outcrop along the shores of Belfast Lough, on the west side of Groomsport is covered in gorse and shrubs, good for rough walking, and for spotting birds, flowers and foxes.
Ballymacormick is just on the edge of Belfast Lough, so there are interesting views north and west.

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distance 1.04 km Vertical gain +49 m Vertical drop -0 m Duration 0h25 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Newry and Mourne

Aughrim Hill, situated in the heartland of the Mourne mountains in County Down, will be transformed from a bare hillside with no tree cover to a habitat with over 110,000 native trees. In total the new woodland habitat stretches to 60 hectares. There are a few options for routes to choose from so you can see Co. Down from lots of different angles.

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distance 6.90 km Vertical gain +203 m Vertical drop -203 m Duration 2h35 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Perthshire and Kinross

Dumglow is an unavoidable point in the area of The Cleish Hill. The Cleish Hills straddle the boundary between Perth & Kinross and Fife. Made up of tussocky grass moorland they have a real hill feel to them despite not being particularly high. The highest point Dumglow lies within Perth and Kinross, but at 339m the nearby Park Hill is the seventh highest hill within Fife. Although Park Hill could be approached from the Fife side, it is probably best included with an ascent of Dumglow.

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distance 4.53 km Vertical gain +32 m Vertical drop -34 m Duration 1h25 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Mulhouse - 68 - Haut-Rhin

The walk starts at the Regional Sports Center of Alsace. This can be a great walk for students or teachers when they have a break between two lessons or just for leisure when you search for a quiet and short walk along the riverside.

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Ballykelly Bank Walk
distance 6.98 km Vertical gain +3 m Vertical drop -3 m Duration 2h00 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Limavady

Lough Foyle is a sheltered haven on the Atlantic coast, a refuge for sailors, wintering birds, breeding seals and walkers. This is an inspiring off-road, level walk, for most of its length alongside a freshwater pond with reed beds and the expanse of Lough Foyle the other side of the sea wall!

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Causeway Coastal Way - Ballintoy to Bushmills
distance 17.63 km Vertical gain +424 m Vertical drop -426 m Duration 6h15 Moderate Moderate
Starting point Starting point in Moyle

Discover the wonders that lie along the Causeway Coast, including Portballintrae, Portbradden, Dunseverick Harbour and the Giant’s Causeway. The route includes walking on beaches, across rocks and along cliff top paths following the Causeway Coast Way, one of the most spectacular cliff top paths in the UK!

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Argory lime tree Walk - Dungannon
distance 1.62 km Vertical gain +8 m Vertical drop -8 m Duration 0h30 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Dungannon

The Lime Tree walk is an avenue of pollarded lime trees under planted by snowdrops and spring flowers. This walk passes The majestic Argory oak plantation, returning to the house by the main drive. This is an alternative shorter version of the Argory Blackwater river Walk - Dungannon.

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Argory Blackwater river Walk - Dungannon
distance 2.56 km Vertical gain +8 m Vertical drop -8 m Duration 0h45 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Dungannon

Surrounding by nature, enjoy this walk by following the Blackwater River around the estate and cross the industrial-age Bond’s Bridge. This is a longer version of the Argory lime tree Walk - Dungannon.

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distance 5.14 km Vertical gain +244 m Vertical drop -95 m Duration 2h10 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Perthshire and Kinross

Dumglow is an unavoidable point in the area of The Cleish Hill. The Cleish Hills straddle the boundary between Perth & Kinross and Fife. Made up of tussocky grass moorland they have a real hill feel to them despite not being particularly high. The highest point Dumglow lies within Perth and Kinross, but at 339m the nearby Park Hill is the seventh highest hill within Fife. Although Park Hill could be approached from the Fife side, it is probably best included with an ascent of Dumglow.

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