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  1. Image of Ceoldán, the Giant of the Sperrins in Davagh forest.
    Davagh Forest, Co Tyrone

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A giant adventure awaits

Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Paul Moore, Wild Walk Bushcraft, Bethany Boyd, Betty's Ice cream and Chef Lauren Shimmon, Tailors House, Ballygawley crouching down in Pomeroy Forest at leaves to forage
    An exciting weekend of food and entertainment will take over Pomeroy Forest in County Tyrone on Saturday 29 June with the arrival of the ‘Taste Mid Ulster’ market.
    1. 29 Jun 2024
  2. View Hidden Heritage events
    Step back in time discover some of the district’s Hidden Heritage. Three new events include the opportunity to discover ‘Who Lives in a House Like This’, with a visit to some of Mid Ulster’s most Historic houses, the Three Sisters tour and a final event at Friel's Famine and Folklore Visitor Centre in Swatragh.
  3. Moydamlaght IAT Walk
    Explore the outer reaches of the universe from our Dark Sky Park and observatory. Travel through time at our ancient settlements and historic buildings. Explore the walking, cycling and outdoor adventures of the Sperrin Mountains and in the scenic Clogher Valley. Soak up the water sports and leisure activities on Lough Neagh.
  4. A plate of food in front of an open fire
    Retreat to the warm welcome of a restaurant, pub or café and indulge in some of the finest food Mid Ulster has to offer this autumn season. You haven't truly experienced Mid Ulster until you've tasted it.
  5. A woman in a spa reading a magazine
    Everyone loves a special offer, especially here in Mid Ulster. Get away from the bright lights and city nights this winter and start planning your next short break.
  6. A cosy living seating area with a lit fire, bar and piano in the next room
    Gaze at the stars from your bed as you drift off in a luxury glamping pod in the Sperrin Mountains. Spend the night in a boutique hotel or unwind in the luxurious surroundings of a Victorian country house set among unspoilt rural landscapes. Find the best accommodation for your Mid Ulster experience.
  7. A couple standing by a telescope stargazing into the night sky in Davagh Forest at OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory.
    With year-round offerings of arts, culture and sport events, plus special gatherings for different seasons and occasions, there’s always lots going on in Mid Ulster.
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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. A view from the Sperrin Mountains looking down the valley to Lough Neagh in the distance
    Explore the beautiful scenery of Ireland’s largest mountain range. You’ll find walking trails ranging from easy walking routes through more adventurous climbs. Take your pick from the many peaks, forests and valleys scattered throughout this 40-mile Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  2. The shore line of Lough Neagh with calm waters during evening sunset
    There is so much to see and do from history and heritage, visitor attractions and crafts to land and water based activities. Boating on Lough Neagh is now accessible to all with two secluded islands steeped in history, flora and fauna - a paradise just waiting to be discovered!
  3. Find out about the Clogher Valley
    The Clogher Valley is a beautiful gateway to Mid Ulster, the perfect place to slow down, take time out and relax. Dominated by Knockmany Hill, topped by the mysterious Queen Anya’s tomb, the area is replete with beautiful places and hidden spaces for you to discover.
  4. Three women in period costume taking a selfie outside Springhill House
    Step back in time with a visit to one of the many historic sites and properties that are found in Mid Ulster. Explore luxurious 17th century houses, imposing castles and their beautiful, vast estates. Learn about the people who lived here (and perhaps meet the ghosts who still do).
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