Gullion Adventures

Walking Route
We are a new company but we have over 15yrs of experience of providing outdoor pursuits activities to all kinds of groups from hen's, stag's, youth and corporate we will always do our best to facilitate the needs of the group.

Our staff are young and full of enthusiasm and are more than happy to help .

From Slieve Gullion to the Mourne Mountains and the Cooleys. These outstanding areas offer us great opportunities for all our activities.

The Ring of Gullion and Slieve Gullion, in particular, have rich association with irish legends and myths, in one tale, Finn McCool was bewitched by Miluchra on the summit of Slieve Gullion at the Lough of the Calliagh Bhirra. To this day the superstition survives that if you bathe in the lough your hair will turn white.

The Ring of Gullion is the jewel in the crown of south armagh and has been hidden away for a lifetime from tourism.

Team Building
Problem Solving exercises
Raft Building
Rock Climbing
Gorge Walking
Adventure Walks
Mtn Biking Kilbroney Tollymore Castlewellan etc
Body Zorbing the half zorb ball we need min of 8/10 people
Leave No Trace
Camp Craft
Bush Craft

Qualified and experienced instructors
£5m Public liability insurance
Individually written programmes

We also do accreditation programme in canoeing for people aiming to go that bit further in the outdoors.

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Gift vouchers are available

Opening times:

All year


Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland

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The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Newry Visitor Information Centre

Location / Directions

From Belfast: from Belfast go on the M1 travel towards Dublin for 40 miles then take the exit for forkhill drive bout 3 miles then you come to Meigh village. Travel bout another mile and Slieve Gullion Forest park is on your right.

From Dublin: Go on the motorway heading for Belfast travel bout 60 miles you'll come to the exit for Jonesbrough take that exit go straight across the cross roads and travel bout 3 miles to Meigh village. Turn left at the cross roads and go bout a mile. Slieve Gullion Forest park will be on your right.
  • Parking Available
  • Toilets
  • Cafe
  • Prior Booking Required
  • Lessons Offered
  • Groups Catered For
  • Showers
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