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Origins of the Ulster Appalachian Way

Distance: 15 km

From Moneyneany to Crannagh in the Glenelly Valley, the Ulster section of the Appalachian Way winds its way over Sperrins foothills past ladder fields and down towards abandoned settlements in Goles. Our walk re-traces the origins of the Ulster Way and tells the story of the International Appalachian Way from its landfall in Europe. Expect rough terrain and elevation up to 450m, walking on track, hillside and minor road. Led by heritage expert Liam Campbell and Far and Wild's Lawrence McBride