Co Armagh, Ireland
The Water Trail
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THE ULSTER WAY
This meandering circular route explores many of the rural areas of Northern Ireland, sometimes tasting the salty air of the coast and sometimes the clear air of the rivers, loughs and farming land.
The Ulster Way covers over 900km and is the only long distance waymarked path in Northern Ireland. Looping its way around the country, it sticks close to the coast on the eastern side but curves away from the border with the Republic of Ireland in the south and the west. As it takes over a month to walk the Ulster Way in its entirety, it is best to tackle sections in a day, weekend or week.
The circular route of the Ulster Way ensures that all the different landscapes can be experienced, and that the discerning walker can choose between a coastal exploration, a mountain trek, the tranquillity of a lough, the beauty of untouched rural areas, or even the grim splendour of the docks and gantries near Belfast.
June 7th, 2010
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