Northern Ireland is fortunate to have so many beautiful regions, all with their own unique appeal.
Here are only a select few- check out our award winning sister site www.walkni.com which contains over 400 short, medium and long distance walks.
Grid Reference: D309154
The Antrim Hills Way extends across the Glens of Antrim, stretching from the historic village of Glenarm to the volcanic plug of Slemish Mountain. The walk has splendid and extensive inland views across the Antrim Hills and from the coastline, views of Scotland can be enjoyed.
Grid Reference: C812367
The Causeway Coast Way is an exhilarating walk along the dramatic north coast. It passes through the Causeway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a World Heritage Site and several Areas of Special Scientific Interest. The route passes through magnificent coastline scenery with fine views of sandy beaches, rocky bays, high cliffs and small fishing villages, all of which characterize the Causeway Coast , making it’s beauty and uniqueness world famous.
Grid Reference: J533474
The Lecale Way follows the footsteps of Saint Patrick from his landing place on the shores of Strangford Lough around the coastline to the foot of the Mourne Mountains. For naturalists and wildlife enthusiasts it is a real haven, offering a rich diversity of habitats from Strangford Lough, the largest sea lough in the British Isles, to the rocky coastline of the Irish Sea.
Grid Reference: D116404
The Moyle Way runs from north coast through the Glens of Antrim to Glenariff Forest Park. The route is entirely within the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Highlights include views to Rathlin and the Scottish Islands, unspoilt blanket bog, standing stones, cairns.
Grid Reference: J014539
The Newry Canal Way follows the towpath of the Newry Canal, Britain's first summit level canal, although it is in disuse now. The canal is an important industrial heritage site with fine examples of engineering genius. The walk Passes 13 lock gates and the villages of Scarva, Poyntzpass and Jerrettspass.
Grid Reference: H598497
The Sliabh Beagh Way runs from St. Patrick's Chair through the valleys of County Tyrone, the drumlin hills of County Monaghan and the lakes of County Fermanagh. Steeped in legend and local myth, it forest tracks, open moorlands, country lanes and overlooks Sliabh Beagh Mountain Area of Special Scientific Interest (ASSI).