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Giant adventures await

Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. The remains of the towers on Castle Hill Dungannon at Hill of The O'Neill at night.
    Discover Mid Ulster’s rich history of arts, culture and heritage. Explore the life and literature of the great Irish writer Seamus Heaney, enjoy music, drama, dance or comedy at our local theatres and explore our social and architectural history at one of Mid Ulster’s spectacular historic houses.
  2. A couple hill walking on Slieve Gallion in the Sperrin Mountains
    Put your best foot forward on the walking routes of Ireland’s largest mountain range. Hike to the peaks of the Sperrin Mountains or walk through the lush-green valleys and unspoilt woodland below. You’ll find everything from leisurely, family-friendly strolls through to challenging trails here in Mid Ulster.
  3. A mountain biker descending a large rock face at Davagh Forest
    Experience Mid Ulster on two wheels along our cycling routes and mountain biking trails. From gentle, family friendly rides along forest and lakeside trails to challenging climbs across the glorious Sperrin Mountains, we can steer you towards the perfect bike ride for your visit.
  4. Click here to find water sports and activities
    Make a splash on our loughs, rivers and waterways. Explore Lough Neagh, the biggest lake in the UK and Ireland and its network of waterways, as well as many other loughs and rivers. Visit our newest Aquapark, go sailing, canoeing, windsurfing or angling, all while enjoying the beautiful scenery and lush landscape Mid Ulster has to offer.
  5. Two girls stand by Ardboe Cross as another woman photographs them on her phone.
    Travel back in time to when ancient peoples, powerful dynasties and warring clans called Mid Ulster home. See 5,000-year-old stone circles, ancient tombs and 11th century forts. Visit the monuments, ruins and incredible array of archaeological features that tell the stories of thousands of years of life here.
  6. A woman behind the wheel of a large off road vehicle at Todds Leap Activity Centre.
    Get your pulse racing at one of our exhilarating outdoor adventure centres. Choose from high-octane activities including blindfold driving, paintballing, zorbing, laser tag, raft-building, ziplines, climbing, giant slides and many more. Start planning your action-packed adventures in Mid Ulster.
  7. A couple standing by a telescope stargazing into the night sky in Davagh Forest at OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory.
    Take a journey through time and space with a visitor experience that’s out of this world. At OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory, the world’s 78th International Dark Sky Park (and Northern Ireland’s first), you can see stars, planets, galaxies and everything else the unspoilt night sky wants to reveal to you.
  8. Click here to find out about tours and tour guides
    With so much to experience in Mid Ulster, you might want an itinerary to follow to make sure you don’t miss anything or an experienced tour guide to unearth some hidden gems along the way. Follow one of our tour itineraries or book a tour guide to make sure you experience everything Mid Ulster has to offer.
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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Find out about Stories from the shore
    Savour the views between the shore and the high horizon. Stay a while in on-water glamping pods. Step out along boardwalks to drink in views of the water or catch glimpses of blue as you wander through woodlands.
  2. 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.
  3. Click here to find places to play golf
    Test your game on courses played by the legendary Seve Ballasteros and holes designed by Open Championship winner and Mid Ulster native Darren Clarke. If you’re planning a golf holiday in Ireland, play one of Ireland’s best golf courses at Moyola Park Golf Club or take on Clarke’s home club at Dungannon.
  4. Click here to find places to go horse riding
    Saddle up for an incredible horse riding experience at our stables, riding schools and equestrian centres. With horse riding lessons for children and adults, trekking and hacking all widely available at Mid Ulster’s excellent equestrian facilities, you’ll be able to enjoy a ride through our beautiful landscape.
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