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1. Dundrum Castle Woods Trail,


Dundrum Castle Woods
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2. Castlewellan Mountain Bike Trails,


The Castlewellan Mountain Bike Trails boast flowing singletrack and incredible views of the Mourne Mountains.
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3. Rowallane Garden – Woodland Walk and Farmland Trail,


Woodland Walk and Farmland Trail
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4. Rocky Mountain,


A gentle walk which includes some steep sections
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5. Hare's Gap,


Quarry track with final uphill section over rocky terrain.
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6. Corrog Wood,


Short walk through a recently planted deciduous woodland.
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7. Ballyquintin Farm (to Bar Hall & Ballyquintin Nature Reserve),


A coastal grassland walk on the tip of the Ards Peninsula
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8. Portaferry - Windmill Hill,


Enjoy a short walk around the town and learn a little more of its history and character with an opportunity to catch excellent views of the Lough and also observe the newly installed Seagen turbine.
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9. Mount Stewart - lake & garden walk,


The famous gardens at Mount Stewart were planted in the 1920s by Edith, Lady Londonderry and have been nominated a World Heritage Site. Visitors can walk through magnificent woodlands, viewing the flora and lake, beautiful throughout the entire year.
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10. Quoile River & Jane's Shore,


This short linear walk begins from the road bridge over the Quoile River on the A7 (Belfast -Downpatrick Rd). The level path follows the contour of the river for about 1km. From here retrace your steps back to the start.
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