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West Tyrone Ramblers. Ness Country Park. C walk. Saturday 25 June 2016.
Tony and Anne McGarvey 02882243993
On Saturday 25 June 2016, the C walk is through Ness
Country Park, Ervey Wood and Burntollet Wood, a gentle six mile route.
Starting at the Visitor Centre at Ness Country Park the
walk meanders along the Burntollet River through an Area of Special Scientific
Interest among ancient oak trees, habitat to many species of wild life and bird
life. The path leads into Ervey Woods, also an Area of Special Scientific
Interest, following the river through Burntollet Glen and on into Burntollet
Wood. The area is managed by the NI Environmental Agency and the Woodland Trust
has been recently planted 43,000 trees in Burntollet Wood. The young oaks,
adder, ash and wild cherry trees link with the ancient oak woodlands of Ness
and Ervey to provide a wildlife sanctuary in the Burntollet valley. At this time of year, the displays of wild
flowers and grasses make this walk both interesting and enjoyable.
Refreshments are booked in the Belfray Country Inn after
We will be home by five , so in time for the football.
Our last ramble was on Sunday June 19th to Farscallops , Glenveagh in County Donegal . Photos on this page from this outing.
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