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Origin Myths of Slieve Gallion (11km) Challenging Walk

Slieve Gallion, Moneymore, Co. Derry, BT45 7LZ
A couple on Slieve Gallion

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Get your walking boots ready for the first Sperrins Walking Programme taking place September 2022 across the Sperrins Area of Outstanding Natural beauty (AONB).

Led by Hugh McCloy from Embrace Tours this challenging walk will ascend Glenaruddagh Mountain and is 11km. Walkers will experience the warm local hospitality, food and entertainment afterwards in Shepherds Rest, Draperstown.

- Saturday 24 September - registration at 9am Shepherds Rest, Draperstown
- Return 4.30pm
- Suitable for experienced hill walkers only.
- Cost £5 per person
- Book online at www.farandwild.org/mid-ulster-walking-festival/

For more information contact Magherafelt Visitor Information Centre on 028 7963 1510.

Items to bring:

School size back pack
Water
Packed lunch
Waterproof top and bottoms
Hiking boots (for challenging and moderate walks)
Wear- sports type outdoor clothing
Sun-Cream, sun hat/woolly hat dependent on forecast 

Optional
Hiking poles
Gaiters

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