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Flagstaff Adventures

62 Upper Fathom Rd Killeavy, Newry, Co Armagh, BT35 8NY
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Flagstaff Adventures provides the following Outdoor Activities located in the beautiful Ring of Gullion, just Outside Newry.

We have a fantastic range of activites for you to enjoy on our 120 acre site such as 4 x 4 Off Roading, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery and Paintballing.

Our outdoor Activity Centre can provide an action packed day for you to thoroughly enjoy, whether you're with a Large Youth / Sports Groups, on a Hen or Stag party, on Corporate or Team Building activities from work, we are able to provide packages and events to suit your needs!

Our 4 x 4 Off Road track is a fantastic way to test your driving skills against your friends. The steep hills or deep water filled trenches will surely get your adrenaline pumping and the views at the top of the mountain are spectacular. This activity will allow you to experience a 4x4 vehicle to its full potential whether you drive professionally or for pleasure.

Flagstaff Adventures promotes safe and non damaging use of off-road vehicles so you can enjoy the excitement of driving a 4 x 4 in a safe but challenging 120 acre site within a working farm. With the guidance of an instructor you can have a great driving adventure in the heart of the Ring of Gullion County Armagh.

Are you a first time "Off Road" Driver?

Flagstaff Adventure’s gentle introduction and gradual build up will suit you perfectly and also makes an ideal gift. Gift vouchers are always available.

Do you own a 4x4 vehicle?

Bring it along to Flagstaff Adventure Off Road and get your wheels muddy with an instructor to guide and show you how to get the most from your vehicle!

Driven off road before?

Brush up your technique on the advanced sections of the Flagstaff Adventure course.

Coverage:
Approx 120 acres

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