Get your walking boots ready for the first Sperrins Walking Programme

Get your walking boots ready for the first Sperrins Walking Programme

Get your walking boots ready for the first Sperrins Walking Programme taking place September 2022 and March 2023 across Sperrin Area of Outstanding Natural beauty (AONB).

The programme, developed and delivered by The Sperrins Partnership and outdoor experts Far and Wild, is designed to help walkers of all abilities to enjoy this beautiful landscape as well as promoting health, physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

Sperrins Walking participants will not only enjoy discovering a destination filled with unique tourism experiences, but a great choice of walks ranging from leisurely strolls to more demanding longer walks, all in small groups, guided by experienced leaders.

Sperrins Walking Programme and dates are:

  • Causeway Coast & Glens 3/4 September 2022: Explore the natural and human history in the Northern Sperrins with two challenging walks looking at late Bronze Age to current day heritage. Walks include Banagher Dam and Donald’s Hill to Sconce Fort.
  • Derry City & Strabane 17/18 September 2022: Sperrins & Killeter features a wide variety of walks including Balix Boardwalk and Loop, CraignamaddyLoop, Carnanelly- Oughtmore- Goles, Leitrim Hill, Derg Lodge to the Derg River, Carrickaholten- Golandun McHugh-Causeway.
  • Mid Ulster 24/25 September 2022: In co-operation with Embrace Tours and local guides, the heartland of Mid-Ulster offers some exciting and significant walking routes. Walks include Glenaruddagh Mt, Davagh Forest, Moydamlaght Forest to GlenshanePass over Mullaghmore, Moydamlaght Forest looped walk to Eagle’s Rock.
  • Fermanagh & Omagh 25/26 March 2023: One of the first programmed walks for the 2023. Walks include Gortin Lakes, Mullaghcarn, Tattynure to Bessy Bell, Sloughan Glen & Bollaght Mt.

For further information on the Sperrins Walking programme and to book your place visit

Walking in the Sperrins

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