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Dungannon Earls Trail

Dungannon, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT70 1AB
Aerial view of Hill of The O'Neill

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You can take in all, or part, of the 7km route which stretches from the historic heritage site of Hill of The O’Neill to Railway Park and Drumcoo Park, before moving on to enjoy the beautiful Lettervad Wood as well as Windmill Wood, and finishing at the tranquil and picturesque Dungannon Park.


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Experience Dungannon in the round by walking or cycling along the new path network which links all the green open spaces and recreational areas in the town.

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