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Derrynoyd River Trail

A circular route following a gravel forest trail through conifer and native woodland, and for a part along the River Moyola.


The walk is an easy stroll and comprises of a stoned pathway among native and coniferous woodland and riverside. Follow the green and yellow waymarkers from the car park, completing the walk in an anticlockwise direction.

The woodland is a mix of planted Noble Fir, Oak and Beech with a natural understorey of Bramble, Holly, Ivy and Wood Sorrel. The wood has a good ground flora with woodland plants being present including Wood Anemone, Primrose, Buttercup and a variety of fungi. It is host to a range of bird species alongside bats, grey squirrel, fox and badger. The close proximity to the river greatly enhances the biodiversity which offers fine views of the river and the ‘big bridge’ Derrynoid Bridge.


0.9 miles


Gravel paths

Point of interest

Moyola River, Derrynoyd Bridge


Parking area present


Gateway to the Sperrins - A Guide for Walkers

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Derrynoyd River Trail

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