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Welcome to Swann’s Bridge, located at the foot of the imposing Binevenagh Mountain and overlooking the River Roe.
Swann’s Bridge takes its name from the adjacent farm, once owned by the Swann family, and is the perfect place to begin an exploration of the river or nearby Ballycarton Wood and Binevenagh mountain, both offering ideal walking and hiking territory.
The River Roe attracts anglers, kayakers, paddleboarders and is a wonderful environment for anyone with a love of nature. Rising high on the slopes of Glenshane, the Roe winds its way downstream, passing Dungiven and Limavady until it meets Lough Foyle, an internationally important site for overwintering birds. Watch carefully and you may see flocks of Whooper swan or Brent geese feeding in the large arable fields of Myroe.
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