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Glenshane Forest

Maghera, Co Londonderry
Glenshane Forest

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12 km from Dungiven on the southern side of the Glenshane Pass, Glenshane hugs the south eastern slopes of Corrick and Glenshane Mountains. The Ulster Way passes through the forest along the source of the River Roe. At the southern end of the forest looking out provides a panoramic view over Lough Neagh, Antrim Hills, Slemish and on a good day, the Mournes.

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