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Glenmore Scenic Walk

Co Tyrone
Glenmore Scenic Walk

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This short walk can be started from the car parks situated at either end of the glen. The walk along the edge of the glen is pretty and easy walking.

Start Point:
H656605

Finish Point:
H656605

Route:
From either car park follow the path along the glen and back along the other side to the car park. There is an option to take a high level path to a lookout point for great views of the surrounding countryside.

Distance:
1.2 miles

Terrain:
Unsurfaced paths, steep in parts

Point of interest:
Views from lookout, pretty glen

Facilities:
Car parking at either end of the walk.

Publication:
None

Nearest town:
Ballygawley

OS map:
Sheet 19

Accessible terrain:
Unsurfaced paths, steep in places with some steps.

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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