Sperrin Mountains are located in the heart of Northern Ireland and boast a treasure
trove of wildlife and geology.
This area of outstanding natural beauty stretches
from the western shoreline of Lough Neagh to the Tyrone/Donegal border.
Waterways are a great place to see wildlife from a very
different perspective especially during spring.
- Go bat watching in Northern Ireland or try Osprey spotting
at Rutland Water.
- Visitor Guide
Sperrin Mountain, Northern Ireland.
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Wildlife and geology.
Binoculars for bird watching.
Bat watching - watch
the bats from bridges across the river - access to river from the Owenkillew development
association in Gorchin.
terrain in countryside areas. |
Sperrin Mountain is 90 minutes
drive from Belfast.
Gortin Burn is located just above the village of Gortin
in the Sperrins.
The Sperrin Rambler Service operates Mondays
to Saturdays through the heart of the Sperrins between Magherafelt and Omagh (Service
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