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Medium Walks (5 – 20 miles)

Medium walks from 5 – 20 miles are ideal for those who enjoy getting a bit more off the beaten track and are perfect for a day's walking in some of Northern Ireland’s most breathtaking areas.

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Giant's Causeway Cliff Path Guided Walk (Away A Wee Walk), Belfast

A spectacular day tour from Belfast, focused around a five mile cliff walk. The guided route provides spectacular breathtaking coastal scenery along a rugged coastline in an area of outstanding natural beauty which culminates at the Giant's Causeway.

Walking Time in North Down, Bangor

The North Down coastal path with its 16 miles of unspoilt coastline runs from its eastern boundary at Holywood, through Bangor to Portavoe, just south of Groomsport offering short gentle rambles to long distance treks.

Mourne Mountain Walk, Newcastle

A popular approach to the Mournes. The woods fade away and a granite gravel path runs almost to the great Mourne wall. Look back down the glen to appreciate the elegant sweep of the bay.

Belfast Hills, Dunmurry, Belfast

Experience the Belfast Hills, renowned for providing a unique backdrop to a thriving urban area. Being so close to the city, fantastic views over Belfast and beyond can be easily enjoyed at Cave Hill and Belfast Castle or Black Mountain.

Ireland Walk Hike Bike with South West Walks Ireland, Belfast

Ireland Walk Hike Bike offers self guiding tours through the Antrim Coast and Glens region. Enjoy this breathtaking region of Ireland on our top quality bicycles and we take care of your accommodation, transport and all other requirements.

Silent Valley Walking Trails, Annalong, Newry

Enjoy the tranquility of Silent Valley Mountain Park in the heart of the Mourne Mountains. Follow a trail to submerge in the beauty of the park and find out about the industrial heritage which gave rise to the magnificent dams and shaped the surrounding landscape.

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