The Branny Ramble, Ballygawley

The Branny Ramble:  an ideal saunter for a sultry summer Sunday.  Setting out from the Ulysses Grant Homestead this walk brought the ramblers along winding country roads where the hedges were ablaze with a profusion of summer blossom and...

Buncrana Coastal Walk

On Saturday 23 June some 29 Ramblers assembled in Buncrana for a lovely 8 mile stroll along the coastal path to Stragill Strand and back. The weather was perfect for a day out in Donegal – warm, dry and...

Drumnaph Wood, Maghera

On Saturday 28 April 28 ramblers enjoyed a lovely walk, on a beautiful spring day, sunshine and showers. On arrival at Maghera, the ramblers walked from the Leisure Centre car park to St Luragh’s Old Church. St Luragh founded...

Slieve League

On Saturday 9 June 16 Ramblers tackled Slieve League in Co Donegal, famed for its towering sea cliffs. The walk started from the lower car park and followed the road, path and steps up to the Bunglass Cliffs. From...

Cloughmeen Hill, Bluestacks

On Sunday, 3rd June 2018, ‘The Ramblers’ enjoyed a lovely walk in the Bluestacks. Cloghmeen Hill was a perfect choice for a balmy summer Sunday. Parking in the Lettermore area a gentle climb following the well-marked Bluestack Way brought...

Muckish Railway Walk

On Saturday 26 May 2018 some 33 ramblers enjoyed a lovely “C” walk along the track of the old narrow-gauge railway which ran from Creeslough to Burtonport. Built in the early part of the 20th century it operated until...

Mournes Walking Weekend

  West Tyrone Ramblers enjoy a glorious walking weekend in the Mournes The West Tyrone Ramblers set off on their annual walking weekend to the kingdom of the Mournes, on Friday 18 May 2018.  The Party arrived in Tollymore...

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...