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The Mountains of Mourne

Unit 3, Cornmill Quay, Annalong, Co Down, BT34 4QJ
The Mountains of Mourne

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"Where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea" (Percy French)

The popular song has made the Mournes the best known mountains in Ireland. Distinctive and self contained, they are tucked away in the south east corner of Northern Ireland, with 12 shapely summits rising above 2,000 ft on the eastern side.

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  • Guided Tours Available

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  • Accommodation nearby
  • Route maps available
  • Visitor information - Newcastle Visitor Information Centre 10-14 Central Promenade, BT33 0AA Tel 03301374046

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  • Outdoor activities

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