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Orange fern frond on blue background with path nameUlster Way - Gortin to Moneyneany Quality Section

Derry, Tyrone

37 km / 23 miles
This Quality Section of the Ulster Way goes through the heart of the Sperrin Mountains, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the largest area of upland in Northern Ireland. The route mainly follows quiet roads and tracks. The highlight is the middle portion through the scenic Glenelly Valley which is followed by the ascent to the summit of Crockbrack (526m). The route descends the slopes of Crockmore to reach the road leading to the village of Moneyneany.

Next Quality Section: Moneyneany to Dungiven.


Waymark: Orange fern frond on blue background with path name
Path Type: Northern Ireland Quality Routes
Waymark: Orange fern frond on blue background with path name
Attributes: Northern Ireland Quality Walks
Paths marked on OS mapping
Start: H491858 - Gortin, Tyrone
Finish: H752970 - Moneyneany, Derry
Open Date: 2009
Web Sites: WalkNI - Ulster Way - Gortin to Moneyneany


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Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016.
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Rights of way data from selected Local Authorities.
Large scale digital mapping is provided by John Thorn.
At high zoom levels the route is indicative only.
Other Paper Maps:
OS (NI) Discoverer
08 (Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland - Sept 2015)
OS (NI) Discoverer
13 (Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland - Sept 2015)
OS (NI) Activity Map
Sperrins (Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland - 2006)

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