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A Walkers Word

Posted on August 6, 2014 @ 2:43 PM in Walking

Northern Ireland is home to so many beautiful and stunning walks.  However here at WalkNI we have to admit we may be a little bit biased, so don’t just take our word for it…take the walkers word!

We’ve compiled a list of walks from WalkNI with the best comments and reviews from people who have been out there, tried the walks and witnessed the views first hand.

If you’re planning to head out walking, whether it be a short lakeside stroll, a dander through the forest or a more challenging mountain summit don’t forget to leave your feedback on WalkNI.com.  Simply go to the individual walk page and scroll down to the bottom to leave a comment.  We’d love to hear from you!  If you took any photos along the way then don’t forget to post them on the WalkNI facebook page.  

Share the good vibes and let’s get more and more people out walking and experiencing these hidden gems, local favourites and not to be missed views from the top!   

Walks in Co. Antrim

Ballintoy to Bushmills

Causeway Coast Way

Causeway Coast Way

Glenoe Waterfall

Glenoe Waterfall

Moyle Way

“there is a feeling of wilderness about the trail and that is very refreshing. Beautiful views all around” 

Eugene Mulholland, May 2013

Moyle Way

North Antrim Cliff Path to Dunseverick Castle

“Amazing walk with incredible scenery on the north coast.”

Tom, August 2013 

Walks in Co. Down

Central Mournes 

“I have walked many times in the Mournes, I am not sure any of them matched this walk for views. Helped by a cloudless sky... Brilliant” 

David July 2014

Slieve Donard, Commedagh and Bearnagh

Slieve Donard

Lough Shannagh

Lough Shannagh

Hare’s Gap

“A pleasant walk up to Hares Gap featuring changing terrain types. Sensible footwear and clothing a must as the valley can be a natural funnel for high winds and rain. The more adventurous can use this location to explore the surrounding mountains and hills. Fantastic views from the style at Hares Gap entice the hikers lust for more. A great walk for beginners compass and map reading skills. Plenty of features, handrails and catching points to hone those important skills. Suitable for all the family on pleasant days.”

Eamonn 5 May, 2013

Castle Ward Boundary Trail 

Castle Ward

 

Walks in Co. Armagh 

Clare Glen 

“One of County Armagh's best kept secrets. Definitely worth a return visit!” 

Pete, June 2014

Walks in Co. Fermanagh

Crom

Crom

Sliabh Beagh Way

Ulster Way

Walks in Co. Derry~Londonderry

Prehen Wood

“A stunning hidden gem part of what is left of the ancient woodland surrounding the city of Derry.”

Flavio, Sept 2009

Benone Strand

Benone

Walks in Co. Tyrone

Criagnamaddy Circuit

Craignamaddy Circuit

Lough Fea

“Lovely walk, relaxing and peaceful…Stunning area”

Del, May 2014 

Moor Lough

“The setting is easily the best in the north west for a short walk. Dragonflies are amazing and the views across the Sperrins are fantastic - recommended!”

Emmet Scanlan Sept, 2013

Vinegar Hill Loop

Sperrins

Sarah Nelson
Sarah Nelson  Marketing Officer

Sarah joined the marketing team of Outdoor Recreation NI in 2011. A firm believer in giving anything a go at least once (unless it involves jumping out of a plane at 6,000ft!) she is always looking for new adventures in the outdoors and can often be found wandering the Mournes or Glens of Antrim attempting not to get lost!

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