THE MOURNES WALKS

By
Paddy Dillon
The Mournes Walks

Thirty-two walks explore the Mournes, taking in rugged coast, high mountains, forest parks and low-level farmlands. The routes lie within the Mourne Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and include Slieve Croob and the north-east coastline.

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Paperback:
160 pages
Size:
196x130 mm
ISBN:
9781847171412
Category Travel/Guides/Walking
Series O'Brien Walks

Newly revised and updated.

Where the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea

They sweep down to the sea, they rise in huge heathery humps, surrounded by farmlands divided into tiny, stone-walled fields. Explore the Mournes in the company of walking expert Paddy Dillon, taking in rugged coast, high mountains and forest parks.
Follow the mighty Mourne Wall on its meanderings and visit the quiet corners where the history, heritage, wildlife and stillness of the area can be enjoyed.

THE WALKS
Covers all parts of the Mournes - the High and Low Mournes as well as the Kingdom of Mourne; the Silent Valley circuit; the Mourne Coastal Path; the old smuggling route of the Brandy Pad; Warrenpoint and Rostrevor; the complete Mounre Wall circuit; the Mourne Trail section of the Ulster Way in four parts from Newry to Clough; Tollymore and Castlewellan Forest Parks; as well as lesser-known outlying trails such as the Castlwellan Loanans.

Paddy Dillon is a freelance outdoor writer specialising in Ireland and Britain. He is the author of many articles and guidebooks including The National Trails of Britain and Ireland, The Mountains of Ireland, The Irish Coast to Coast Walk, Exploring the North of Ireland, and Exploring the South of Ireland. He also contributes to magazines, newspapers and periodicals and leads walks in Ireland, Britain and elsewhere, including Tuscany. He is a member of the Outdoor Writers' Guild. His most recent book is The Complete Ulster Way, published in 1999 by The O'Brien Press.

Paddy lives in Ulverston, in Cumbria.

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