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  1. Couple walking along the Lake Walk in Montalto Estate Lake Walk Ballynahinch, County Down
    Discover Visit Mourne’s scenery, culture and history across mountain, forest and coastal terrains. Whether you’re a seasoned mountaineer or a low-key rambler, you’ll be spoiled for choice by Visit Mourne’s walking trails.
  2. The Fairy Glen is a picturesque riverside walk with the Kilbroney River meandering through a copse of trees.
    Visit Mourne’s walking trails are steeped in the historical and cultural heritage of Northern Ireland. As you ramble through the local countryside, you can take a step back in time and immerse yourself in the culture of local residents across the ages.
  3. Group of people on a Men of the Mournes walking tour on Slieve Binnian overlooking Ben Crom Reservoir
    Get off the beaten track and experience the famous Northern Ireland humour and warmth with one of Visit Mourne’s guided walking tours. Local experts are the perfect way to gain an in-depth insight into Armagh and Down’s incredible nature, history, geography and culture.
  4. Group of people on the St. Patrick's Pilgrim Walk at Saul Church in Downpatrick, County Down
    One of the best ways to experience the magic and majesty Of Visit Mourne is with one of our qualified independent Tour Guides or Experience Providers. Before you set off on your break, why not enlist the help of a tour guide, so the only thing you have to worry about is what to pack.
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  1. A couple standing looking out at the Mourne Mountains in County Down.

    The Mountains of Mourne and the Ring of Gullion are truly majestic. The views from their many peaks out across valleys, plains and seas are amongst the most spectacular in the world. When you come to visit us, we want you to enjoy them as much as we do and there are a few things we would like you to keep in mind before you take them on.

    17 Apr 2021
  2. Couple walking along Murlough Bay Beach with a dog.

    If your best friend could pick a destination for that perfect getaway or dog walking weekend break, they’d probably pick Visit Mourne. With more great walks than you could throw a stick at, and a veritable doggie perfumery of enticing smells on the wind, this part of the world is sure to have your pooch’s tail wagging like ninety.

    9 Apr 2021
  3. Couple walking through the forest on an Xhale The Sound of Silence experience.

    Visit Mourne is a paradise for walkers. For those who treat it like an Olympic sport there are of course an abundance of challenging treks over mountains and calf-stretching trails through endless forests. If, however, you prefer to take your time and smell the roses, then there are plenty of places you can do that too.

    16 Apr 2021
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