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Geology Rocks Adventure Tourism

Mourne Mountains,, Northern Ireland, Newry, Co Down, BT34 3FQ
Geology Rocks Adventure Tourism

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At Geology Rocks Adventure we offer both educational and adventurous activities, based mainly in the Mourne Mountains but we also operate Ireland wide.

If you're a local or on holidays, we'll show you all the best kept secret locations for adventure, exploring nature and tasting all of the best local food there is to offer.

We like to think of our activity days as big experiences that you'll remember and cherish forever. We love our little part of the world and make it our mission to make sure you do to, we want you to feel at home in our amazing wee country!

So, don't hestitate and give us buzz to plan your bespoke adventure experience today!

Coverage:
Primarily the Mourne Mountains, however we operate across the entirety of Northern Ireland & the Republic

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