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Northern Ireland has a natural diversity of walks to suit everyone. Whether you enjoy the rugged beauty of a windswept headland , the challenge of a high mountain peak , the tranquillity of ancient woodlands, or simply the wonderful scenery and landscape of island walking, join us on a road of discovery and explore the many walking routes on offer. What ever sort of walking you opt for one thing is guaranteed, you’re sure to end your walk planning for the next one.


Featured walk : Moyle Challenge Walk ( 22 M )

short walk - 11 May 08

Moyle Challenge Walk ( 22, 18, 12, 6 miles ) Glenravel to Ballycastle Buses will transport walkers from Ballycastle to Cargan Village Glenravel. From the village they will pass through Drum Wood on to Slievenanee and over to Altnahinch.Route includes Slieveanorra Forest, Moyle way, and summit of Slieveanorra. downhill to Altarichard Road, Miliberne Forest, Croaghan Mountain and lower Breen Forest arriving at Breen Bridge Carpark. Knocklayd will be optional otherwise follow Drumavolley Road to Ballycastle Forest . Spectacular views of Coastline, Rathlin, Scotland and beyond. Choice of 18,12 & 6 mile. NB. Closing date Friday 9th May. See Events programme for more detail. Discount for Online Registration.

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health benefits

Walking is a healthy recreation and studies have shown that if we participate on a regular basis, this will help our long term well being.

The benefits include , reducing the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke, lower blood pressure, reducing high cholesterol, reduces body fat, controls body weight and enhances our mental well being.

Join us, and start enjoying the benefits of walking.




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