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Ulster Way

Dungiven Sports Centre, 32 Curragh Road, Dungiven, Derry/Londonderry, BT47 4SE
a panoramic view of the countryside on the Ulster Way
  • a panoramic view of the countryside on the Ulster Way
  • a wooden footbridge on a section of the Ulster Way trail
  • a trail marker in a field on the Ulster Way
  • Whiterocks Beach on the Ulster Way
  • a panoramic view of the countryside and the sea on the Ulster Way
  • View of The Giant's Causeway from the Ulster Way trail
  • a countryside hill outside the town of Dungiven

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The Ulster Way is a long distance walking route made up of a series of trails throughout Northern Ireland which total 636 miles (1,024km). It encircles the province and takes in all six counties as well as a small portion of trail in Donegal.

The trail is made up of a series of long distance waymarked and non-waymarked sections which can be explored clockwise, anticlockwise or in a random order of your choosing. We would advise on the non-waymarked sections, which follow mainly public roads, you take public transport.

Within the Causeway Coast and Glens region the 94 mile section of the Ulster Way trail connects Dungiven and Waterfoot, following the route of the North Sperrins Way, the Causeway Coast Way and the Moyle Way.  This route is also promoted as the International Appalachian Trail.

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