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1. Lough Fea,


Beautiful circular pathway around Lough Fea
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2. Gortin Forest Nature Trail,


This educational trail provides interest for the whole family by taking in a range and variety of habitats. Information points along the way give a broad insight into the nature of Gortin Glen and the surrounding countryside.
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3. Glenmore Scenic Walk,


This short walk can be started from the car parks situated at either end of the glen. The walk along the edge of the glen is pretty and easy walking.
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4. An Creagan, Forest and River Trail, Omagh


A short circular walk in Creggan Wood
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5. Blessingbourne Woodland Walk, Fivemiletown


This circular walking trail begins in the farm yard and meanders through a mix of woodland and open farmland before crossing the main drive and reaching Blessingbourne’s beautiful Lough Fadda.
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6. Sloughan Glen,


This short woodland walk leads up the glen to a spectacular waterfall. From here retrace your steps back to the car park.
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7. Gortin Forest Ladies View,


A fairly strenous walk with some hills on forest trails
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8. Drum Manor Forest Park, Old Woodlands Trail (Black 1),


Energetic trail through open parkland
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9. Drum Manor Forest Park, Terrace and Pleasuregrounds Trail (Red),


Open parkland and ornamental ponds.
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10. Killyclogher Burn,


A peaceful off road route, leaving from the village of Killyclogher and winding its way through open farmland, and following the Killyclogher Burn along the way.
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