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  1. Couple enjoying the scenic views over the Mournes
    Visit Mourne is the perfect destination for walking and hiking. Whether you’re an occasional rambler or a seasoned adventurer, the trails are the perfect way to experience the unparalleled natural beauty of Counties Down and Armagh.
  2. 2 cyclists enjoying the mountain bike trails at Castlewellan Forest Park.
    What makes the perfect mountain biking trip? Besides killer trails, you’re also looking for varied terrain, scenic backdrops, and maybe even a chance to get up close and personal with local wildlife.
  3. Woman in a canoe at the Skiffie Festival on Strangford Lough County Down.
    Get out on the water in Visit Mourne. Our rivers, lakes, streams and sea are all teeming with adventure. Whether you’re looking for a quiet sightseeing tour, or a thrilling white water rafting adventure, Counties Down and Armagh are perfect for you.
  4. Bushcraft
    Escape the stresses of modern life, and get back to nature in Visit Mourne’s scenic landscape. Our mountains, waterways and forests are teaming with both adventure and tranquillity, all beneath the open skies above the Mourne Mountains.
  5. Wet bouldering at Bloody Bridge
    Visit Mourne is known worldwide as the land where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea. On the one hand, this creates a stunning contrast in our landscape. On the other, it creates the perfect conditions for wet bouldering, coasteering, and other extreme sports.
  6. Two men fishing at Kilkeel Harbour
    Visit Mourne is home to some of the richest fishing waters in Ireland. Our rivers, lakes and the Irish Sea are brimming with some of the world’s best fresh and saltwater catches. Whether you’re an experienced angler, or more of a fair weather fisher, you’ll be spoiled for choice on our waterways. Take a solo trip, or opt for a guided angling experience. Either way, the rewards are out there to be claimed.
  7. Horses galloping along the waters edge at Murlough Beach with the Mourne Mountains backdrop
    Visit Mourne has a long history of horse riding and equestrianism. Our scenic landscapes, rich pastures and long standing expertise make our area one of the major centres of equestrian sports in Ireland.
  8. Rock Climbing & Mountaineering
    The Mourne Mountains are a rich playground of craggy rock faces, trails and streams. Visit Mourne is a popular destination for lovers of the great outdoors from around the world. Whether you’re a hardened climber or an occasional rambler, get ready to fall in love with the Mournes.
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