|Giant's Causeway, Mountains of Mourne and Strangford Lough|
|A2 3.5miles north of Larne||Carnfunnock Country Park. Parking charges apply. 473 acres of mixed woodland, gardens, ponds, walking trails and other attractions. Picnic area and panoramic views of the Antrim Coast.||
|FOREST WALKS IN COUNTY ANTRIM|
|A2 off Larne to Carnlough road||Glenarm, small forest along the Glenarm River. Easy and moderate walking on waymarked trails. Car parking.
|A26 Kells to Parkgate or B59 Ballymena to Doagh||Tardree Forest lying over two hills. Easy to moderate
walking, some paths are steep in places. Three car parks
|A8 Belfast to Larne Road at junction with A36 at Killwaughter Filling Station|| Ballyboley 7 miles of forest roads. Easy to moderate
walking on waymarked trails. Touring caravan site, reservoir for fly fishing (permit required), car parking, and part of Ulster Way.
|A2 at Ballycastle||Ballycastle forest. Moderate walking. Waymarked trails with views of Rathlin Island, and cliffs of Fair Head and North Antrim coast. Car parking. Giant’s Causeway nearby. Also 13 mile coastal walk from Portballintrae to Ballintoy||0SD 4 and 5|
|From Newry on A1 towards Dublin B113 towards Forkhill.||Slieve Gullion Forest Park just before Drumintee. Forest track, sometimes muddy mountain path. Car parking, Facilities in nearby villages.||OSID 29 grid ref J 042 196|
|A2 Warrenpoint and Newry road to Kilkeel||Rostrevor, overlooking Carlingford Lough. Steep and uneven sections, stout footwear recommended. Trails of varying length all starting from the car park
|A24 Belfast to Clough B2 Ballynahinch to Dromore||Drumkeeragh Forest, easy to moderate walking.All trails start from the car park. Panoramic views of Mourne Mountains, Dundrum Bay.
|A2 Newcastle to Kilkeel||Donard Forest. At the foot of the Mourne Mountains. The Granite Trail with a challenging start climbing 600 ft. Uneven rocky tracks with moderate to difficult walking; all trails have steep and uneven sections. Four waymarked trails. Parking is adjacent to the site. Also Bloody Bridge in the same area
||OSNID 29 grid ref J 381 296 or OSE 29 grid ref J 389 271|
|A20 to Newtownards||Scrabo Country Park and Tower with views over Stranford Lough. Unsurfaced natural paths, steep inclines and descents. Car parking but no refreshments on site.
||OSNID 21 grid ref J473 719|
|A 32 Enniskillen, A35 then B82 to Kesh||Castle Archdale and Country Park and Lough Erne. Waymarked forest paths at Castle Archdale. Car parking||OSNID 17 grid ref H173 589|
|A26, A37 or A54 to Coleraine||Coleraine Woods Woodland and riverside walks. Picnic sites Car parking at all sites. Somerset Wood and Castleroe Wood are on the A54.
|A2 Londonderry to Limavady||Roe Valley Country Park, well signposted. Mostly tarmac or surfaced paths, can be steep in places. Visitory centre, car park and toilets with cafe and museum as site has connections with the linen industry.
||OSNI 7 grid ref C678 203|
|A2 Londonderry to Strabane east on B49, then north on B48
||The Sperrins, Robbers Table, Gortin Glen Forest Park. Car parking, toilets. Waymarked forest trails, moorland paths which can be boggy.||OSNI 13 grid ref H485 822|
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