Bundoran Walk

On Sunday 6 May Maggie McGurk and Janice Gurney led a group of West Tyrone Ramblers on the Rougey Cliff Walk. Bundoran.  The weather was perfect and the walk thoroughly enjoyed by all who took part.

Binevenagh Mountain

Binevenagh Mountain is one of those places that is normally seen from the shoreline along the Causeway Costal route, rather than from its summit.  18 Ramblers started the walk from St. Aidan’s Church Magilligan.  We walked up the steps...

Dartry

Sheenun, Dartry Mts. Co.Leitrim

After completing the recent walk at Sheenun in the Dartry hills, those participants who were old enough to remember Larry Cunningham’s 1960’s hit would have agreed that it was indeed “Lovely Leitrim”. Spring had belatedly arrived and the mild...

Logue’s Hill, Altmore

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...

The Port Path

The walk on Sunday 25th March was on the Port Path, officially described by Walk NI as “Causeway Coast Way, Section 1”. (See map below)  On a bright sunny morning 21 walkers assembled in the car park of Portstewart...

Gortin snow

Gortin Snow

On 20th January a group of 8 walkers headed for the snowy Gortin Glens to Mullaghcairn for a four and half hour trek. And snowy it was….. 1.5 feet deep in places. Fresh footsteps in the snow provided a...

Navar

Lough Navar Forest Walk

Sunday 11 March 2018: Lough Navar Forest Walk is a 7 mile loop walk circling three lakes, Meenameen Lough, Lough Achork and Lough Navar.  Eighteen Ramblers  enjoyed a  3 1/2 hour sheltered walk along forest roads, tracks and lough shore...

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Mullaghcarn

The walk on Saturday 17 February 2018 should have been to the summit of Sawel, the highest peak in the Sperrins, but deep snow and challenging weather on the mountain dictated a ramble at lower levels, closer to home. ...