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distance 2.07km Vertical gain +13m Vertical drop -13m Durée 0h40 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Coleraine

A short walk from Port Tara Holiday Home around Portballintrae, ideal for walking the dog or if you don't have a lot of time but want to see some stunning sea views.

Walking Darkley to Keady ( Download : )
Accommodation, Restaurant
distance 11.1km Vertical gain +54m Vertical drop -104m Durée 3h20 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Armagh

Route goes through Darkley Village past Darkley Mill & Chimney, off-road past Darkley Lake, follows narrow roads past Darkley Lake, Tullynawood Lake, Gentle Owens Lake, Clay Ringfort & Souterrain and Clea Lake, Then along Clay Road, past Cargaclogher Ancient Enclosure and descend to Keady. We take a short loop, past Keady Monument and Old Mill to finish at the Tommy Makem Arts & Community Centre. This is a hilly walk and, on the lane/track past Darkley Lake, it can be rough underfoot and wet.

Accommodation, Restaurant
distance 33.39km Vertical gain +295m Vertical drop -296m Durée 1 day Moderate Moderate
Starting point Starting point in Armagh

A 21 - 27 mile walk through the Hills, along the Rivers, past the Mills and around the Lakes of Keady Village in County Armagh.

Walking Tassagh Bridge to Darkley ( Download : )
Accommodation, Restaurant
distance 9.89km Vertical gain +163m Vertical drop -57m Durée 3h20 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Armagh

Our route is via Dundrum Road upstream along the Callan Valley through Granemore Crossroads, along Lower Darkley Road to cross the Callan. Then along Annvale Road past Linen Vale and back over the Callan, across the A29 to follow Mountain Lodge Road past Aughnagurgan Lake, Mountain Lodge Church and Darkley Forest. Pass onto Upper Darkley Road, along the north-eastern side of Tullynawood Lake, over the Callan and on past Darkley Mill & Chimney to finish just north of Darkley Village.

Walking Keady to Tassagh Bridge ( Download : )
Accommodation, Restaurant
distance 12.39km Vertical gain +70m Vertical drop -135m Durée 3h45 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Armagh

Our route is via Clea River, past Keady Mill, Keady Glen, Keady Viaduct, Glen Road and through Keady Glen Park to Annvale, Then along Annvale Road, Granemore Road, Tassagh Road to cross the Clea River, Batchelor's Walk, Keady Road, Killyreavy Road, Iskymeadow Road, Tassagh Viaduct and along Dundrum Road to finish at Tassagh Bridge. The first 5.7 miles of this walk is hilly, the rest climbs gradually along the Callan River Valley to Tassagh Bridge.

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