On Saturday 31 March 2018 some 23 ramblers enjoyed a bracing “C” Walk, starting at Logue’s Hill, Altmore and finishing in picturesque forest with a rest for lunch on the infamous “Shane Bernagh’ chair”. This is a small rocky area on the outskirts of Cappagh and Altmore. It received its fame from the highwayman Shane Bernagh Donnelly who used the mountain area as a vantage point to hold up carriages travelling on the main Dublin to Derry road nearby. Shane Bernard was Tyrone’s version of Robin Hood, robbing from English gentry and soldiers and giving to the locals. Today his chair affords fine panoramic views of the countryside around Carrickmore and Sixmilecross and the rolling hills of the Sperrin Mountains. The walk was mainly on minor roads with a short ascent over heather moorland to the viewpoint. It was a lovely clear day and the spectacular views made our 10.7 mile walk thoroughly enjoyable.