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Long Walks (Over 20 miles)

Northern Ireland has ten Waymarked Ways ranging between 20 – 40 miles. The linear long walks offer a great rambling experience for the more serious walker or alternatively can be walked in smaller sections. Perhaps the most iconic of the long walks is the Ulster Way, a 625 mile circular walking route through all six counties of Northern Ireland.

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Cuilcagh Mountain Park, Legnabrocky, Enniskillen

Cuilcagh is a well established location for hillwalkers with an established network of trails that lead you in and around the Mountain Park. If reaching the summit is not for you, venturing someway into the park using one of the walking routes will give you a taste of the beauty that can be found there.

The Cuilcagh Way is a waymarked 20 miles/33km route. The more popular Legnabrocky section, which will bring you to the summit and back and offers stunning views of the area is linear walk 9miles/15km which takes around 5 hours

Divis and the Black Mountain, Hannahstown, Belfast

With spectacular panoramic views over Belfast, Divis and the Black Mountain is a haven for those seeking the wild countryside experience. On a clear day there are views of Strangford Lough, the Mournes and the Sperrins, as well as Scotland...

Saint Patrick's Way: The Pilgrim's Walk, Armagh

Starting at the Navan Centre in Armagh, this 82 mile signed walking trail takes you through some of Northern Ireland’s most spectacular scenic landscapes before ending at Saint Patrick’s final resting place, in the grounds of Down Cathedral.

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