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Diamond Rocks Tour - Walk the Mournes

Meelmore Lodge, 52 Trassey Road, Bryansford, County Down, BT33 0QB
Diamond Rocks Tour


Prepare to be marvelled by epic views and fascinating insights as local adventurer and guide, Peter Rafferty, explores and explains the geology of the spectacular Mourne Mountains.

Learn how to look at the landscape from a new perspective as Peter explains how to identify diverse rock types and how the Mournes were formed, including interesting geological features caused by glaciers that passed this way. Visit the Diamond Rocks, with perhaps the chance of finding your fortune like local rogue, Diamond Pat Doran! Either way, enjoy your lunch in the great outdoors as Peregrine falcons soar overhead.

Guided walk/hike with fantastic views along rocky tracks and open mountain with spectacular views and fascinating history.  
This experience brings the geology of the landscape to life with fascinating insights on glaciers, Mourne Granite and the Diamond Rocks.
Distance: approx. 5 miles (8km) / relaxed pace with breaks along the way and time for lunch.
Grade: Moderate. Reasonable level of fitness necessary.


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