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1. Gortin Forest Pollan Trail,


A gentle walk on forest trails
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2. Drum Manor Forest Park, Terrace and Pleasuregrounds Trail (Red),


Open parkland and ornamental ponds.
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3. 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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4. Rousky Walk,


A peaceful off road route, leaving from the hamlet of Rousky and winding its way down the valley side to the Owenreagh River.
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5. Benburb Valley Park, Benburb, Dungannon


Explore and enjoy stunning natural and built heritge within Benburb Valley Park through walks along the Blackwater River. The river has carved out a beautiful gorge through the countryside and is an ideal location for walking.
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6. Davagh Forest, Cookstown


A short circular walk through Davagh Forest
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7. 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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8. 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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9. Sloughan Glen - Currently Closed,


PUBLIC NOTICE: This walk is currently closed due to rock fall. 

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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10. An Creagan Biodiversity Trail,


Pristine bogland walk
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