Dunnamore Riverside Walk

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** Please note this route is closed until further notice due to path erosion. Maintenance works are currently underway and it is hoped the path will be reopened soon **

An attractive short circular walk along the Ballinderry River linked with several road sections.

The Ballinderry River is a game fishing river, home to kingfishers and many aquatic plants like crow foot, also an area of special scientific interest.

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County Tyrone

Distance 2 miles

OS Map OSNI Sheet 13, The Sperrins

Terrain Off road paths and public roads

Nearest Town Dunnamore Village

Route Shape Circular

Grid Reference H69144 80375

Route Type Riverside

Route Description

Starting at Killucan Picnic site car park, cross the footbridge over the Ballinderry River and turn left following the riverside path (marked) in a clockwise direction along the river and roadside verge (1km).

Turn right along Mill Road to the car park, cross road bridge, turn right and walk along the riverside path, past an old stone barn into Dunnamore village (2km).

Turn right, walk up through the village, past the school, housing, chapel, turn right downhill – returning to Killucan car park.

Visitors are encouraged to visit Beaghmore Stone Circles which date back to the Bronze age and are thought to be first sites of human settlement.

Point of Interest

Wildlife and views of the Sperrins region

Getting to the start

Signposted off the A505 Cookstown to Omagh Road (10 miles from Cookstown)

Public transport

Translink – journeyplanner.translink.co.uk


Toilets, picnic and car parking facilities available at main starting point.