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Hidden Trails and Childhood Tales

Limavady, County Londonderry, BT49 0TW
a group of walkers peer over a stone wall
  • a group of walkers peer over a stone wall
  • Signage for Gortmore
  • view over Lough Foyle and Donegal from Binevenagh at sunset. There is a herd of sheep in a field.
  • The statue of Mannanan Mac Lir on top of Binevenagh
  • A bottle of Bushmills Whiskey with two glasses. There is a cake stand with baked goods placed on it.

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Heather at Ella Mor will take you on a nostalgic walking trail, telling tales of her childhood in this scenic area of the Causeway Coast. 

Walk the trails along the North Sperrin Way on Gortmore through farmland as you follow the sheep's trail into a hidden land, where a magical spirit will ignite you. You will be surrounded by untouched natural beauty, the stillness mesmerizing as you absorb only the natural sounds of nature.

This incredible journey will continue onto the farm where Heather's late grandfather lived, a place where she enjoyed adventures as a child, a place where magic and memories were made. 

After the trail you'll have the opportunity to rest your legs, sample a hot whiskey,  and enjoy the scenic views while listening to tales of days gone by.

Practical information:

Meeting point: Gortmore Viewing Point (Bishops Road)

Essential Kit:

Hiking Boots / Trail Trainers

Waterprrof Jacket

Hat / Gloves


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