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Rousky Walk

Co Tyrone
Rousky Walk

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About

A peaceful off road route, leaving from the hamlet of Rousky and winding its way down the valley side to the Owenreagh River.

Start Point:
H549 856

Finish Point:
H545 848

Route:
Start the route by following the farm track, adjacent to an information panel showing the route in the hamlet of Rousky. Follow the track downhill, passing over several large stiles, until reaching the bottom of the hill and a grassy area. Follow the waymarker posts leading you along the river bank to reach a gated bridge that crosses the Ownereagh River. Cross the bridge and begin to ascend the valley side. There are more large stiles to cross and a very steep upland section. Continue to follow the waymarker posts along stone paths to reach the end of the route at the Lenagh Road. Retrace your steps to get back to the start.

Distance:
1.1 miles

Terrain:
Stone & grass path, open fields

Point of interest:
Rousky Village, Owenreagh River

Facilities:
Car parking - lay by

Nearest town:
Rousky

OS map:
13

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  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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