Crunchy Autumn Walks In Northern Ireland

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Take in the spectacular colours of Autumn in Northern Ireland

Walker’s across Northern Ireland are in for a treat this Autumn as the leaves are set ablaze with fiery reds, burnt oranges and spectacular yellows. If you enjoy the sound of leaves crunching beneath your feet there really is no better time to get outside and explore. To help inspire, we have chosen some of our favourite Autumn walks sure to satisfy anyone keen to explore as the leaves begin to fall.

Hillsborough Lake Walk, Co. Down
A short 1.2 mile circular walk set within 150 acres of mixed woodland. The ideal place to for the whole family to explore.

Mount Stewart Lake Walk, Co. Down
Explore the famous gardens and magnificent woodland on this 2.3 mile circular walk.

Divis Ridge Trail, Co. Antrim
Take in mountain top panoramic views over Belfast City without the mountain climb on this 4.2 mile circular walk.

Address House Ladies Mile, Co. Armagh
A short 1 mile circular walk through beautiful woodland.

Rowallane Gardens, Co. Down
Whatever the season there’s always something new to see at Rowallane Gardens. Enjoy a stroll along a variety of trails.

Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail, Co. Fermanagh
One of Northern Ireland’s most Ingrammed walks take in the spectacular landscape as you follow the boardwalk to the summit.

Peatlands Park Woodland Walk, Co. Armagh
With 5 trails to choose from you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring Peatlands Park. We suggest taking a stroll along the 3 mile circular woodland trail.

Mourne Mountains, Co. Down
Autumn paints the Mourne Mountains in spectacular colours so we highly recommend planning a day trip (or longer) to explore this destination.

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