Killykeeghan and Crossmurrin – Marlbank National Nature Reserve

This is a very special site being home to a rare habitat - limestone grassland and some rare butterfly and moth species. Scattered hazel scrub provide additional opportunities for beasties within an overall breathtaking landscape.  From Enniskillen … [Read more...]

Robbers Table

Why not take a walk over Robbers Table and see at first hand the colourful display of ling and bell heather, or catch a glimpse of a soaring buzzard. The Robbers Table Walk starts in Gortin Glen Forest Park. … [Read more...]

Bessy Bell

Hike the eastern side of Bessy Bell up through farmland leading you over blanket bog, heathland to the summit for a breathtaking view.  The way marked trail begins at the Mellon Country Inn.  GR - H417812 … [Read more...]

Pigeon Top

Pigeon Top is a local viewpoint overlooking the heathland below and the Fairy Water Bogs in the distance to the North.  You can find Pigeon Top car park along the South Sperrins Scenic Route at GR H372709. … [Read more...]

Gortin Lakes

Gortin Lakes also offer circular walks and resting places with breathtaking vistas (GR H502847). … [Read more...]


Loughmacrory has a lovely circular nature trail that leads you round this picturesque lough.  You can enjoy the sights and sounds of the woodland and bogland on the loughshore and watch out for the special Green Hairstreak butterfly in May.  Car … [Read more...]

Drumduff and Drumnakilly Mountain View Trail

Drumduff and Drumnakilly Community Association,  supported by BBC Breathing Places have enhanced an area of raised bog and birch woodland by providing access, giving the visitor opportunities to see many of the wonderful bog and woodland plants and … [Read more...]

Boorin Nature Reserve

Located beside Gortin Lakes, here you can see many of the typical bog plants such as sphagnum mosses, hare's tail cotton grass and herbs like the colourful bog asphodel (H495846) … [Read more...]

An Creggan Visitor Centre

Creggan Bog at around 9Ha (22 acres) is a small, undisturbed remnant of a once much larger area of lowland raised bog, over 7,000 years in the making. It hosts a unique colony of plants including heathers, cranberry, crowberry, sphagnum mosses, … [Read more...]

Vinegar Hill Loop

This 7 mile walk, part of the Ulster Way, provides a taster of what the Sperrins have to offer, rolling hills, lush green valleys and a snapshot of rural life. Start at Barnes Gap Car Park GR H552905 … [Read more...]