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Area: Derry City Strabane

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Category Derry & Strabane

'Our walks are throughout Donegal and the Sperrins. Regularly we organise walking weekends throughout Ireland and annually we organise a trip to Scotland, The Lake District in England or Wales. All ...
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'In the steep, wooded Glen of the Burntollet River, south-west of Derry/Londonderry, lies Ness Country Park. 55 hectares of mixed woodland along with open parkland make up the Park which e ...
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'Walks are available at a variety of levels including easy strolls (perfect for families and budding nature photographers), moderate treks and challenging hill wal ...
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'We cater for those who enjoy all aspects of walking from an easy ramble to the more challenging hillwalks ... Our walks alternate each week and they are graded in order of ability: (A) easy (B) mo ...
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'This Heritage Trail has identified 100 sites of particular historic significance - from Cathedrals and Churches, Parks and Villages, Murals and Monuments all within the Derry City Council ...
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'From Derry a traffic-free cycle path runs parallel to the River Foyle towards the border with Donegal. This section uses the track-bed of the former Great Northern Railway. This is a shared-use pa ...
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'The Appalachian Mountains were formed more than 250 Million years ago during the Paleozoic Era, when the earth’s plates collided to form the supercontinent Pangea. They straddled the cent ...
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