Mourne Mountains

The Mourne Mountains inspired C.S. Lewis to create the world of Narnia, and they’re sure to inspire you too. Find out more about the Kingdom of Mourne here.

  • 10th June 2021

    Doan and Ben Crom from Ott Car Park

  • 8th June 2021

    A Sunset on Slieve Martin 

  • 31st May 2021

    The Devil’s Coach Road from Carrick Little

  • 18th May 2021

    The Anchor Apartments

  • 10th May 2021

    To Commedagh and Beyond: A Brandy Pad Loop

  • 6th May 2021

    Seize the sunrise on Slieve Binnian

  • 27th April 2021

    The Lough Money Loop

  • 21st April 2021

    A not-so-traditional seven peak Mournes adventure

  • 13th April 2021

    Slievenaslat from Castlewellan Forest Park

  • 12th April 2021

    Swimming in the Annalong Valley rock pools

  • 30th March 2021

    Above the clouds on Meelmore and Meelbeg

  • 25th March 2021

    Ballynagelty bench viewpoint from Kilbroney Forest Park

  • 3rd March 2021

    Snapshot Trek: Slievenaglogh from Trassey Car Park

  • 1st March 2021

    Slieve Martin (Sliabh Mártain) from Kilbroney Forest Park

  • 26th February 2021

    Dan’s Wee Cottage

  • 22nd February 2021

    Start with a sunrise!

  • 15th February 2021

    Hiking for a better me

  • 8th February 2021

    Two forest trails near Ballynahinch

  • 19th January 2021

    Sorry 2020, it didn’t work out. It’s not me, it’s you.

  • 23rd December 2020

    8 Christmas Hike Ideas in the Mournes

  • 22nd December 2020

    The Seefins and Rocky Mountain

  • 12th December 2020

    The Commedagh Castles from the Bloody Bridge

  • 7th December 2020

    A Pew with a View: Curraghard, Tollymore

  • 30th November 2020

    Snapshot Trek: Slieve Donard

  • 23rd November 2020

    Snapshot Trek: A Dawn Hike up Slieve Commedagh

  • 30th October 2020

    Millers Close Holiday Cottages

  • 27th October 2020

    Hiking the Mournes Big Eight

  • 27th October 2020

    A Family Trek to the Chimney Rock Railway Tracks

  • 22nd October 2020

    Snapshot Trek: Bloody Bridge to Carrick Little via Beg, Cove and Lamagan

  • 15th October 2020

    10 rewarding routes under 15km in the Mournes

  • 13th October 2020

    Waterfalls of the Mournes

  • 8th October 2020

    Loopin’ the Loanins

  • 23rd September 2020

    Our three most memorable hikes in the Mournes

  • 9th September 2020

    Slievegarran: Unsung Peak of the Dromara Hills

  • 24th August 2020

    The Ups and Downs of the Mourne Wall Challenge

  • 22nd July 2020

    Slievenaboley and Cratlieve: Two Dromara Hills

  • 7th July 2020

    A Novice Family’s Adventure on Hen Mountain

  • 19th June 2020

    Drone Perspectives: Meelmore, Meelbeg, Doan, Bearnagh

  • 18th June 2020

    Lough Shannagh via the Banns Road

  • 13th May 2020

    The Mid-Ulster Mountaineers take on the Tour of Spelga

  • 29th April 2020

    Wee Slievemoughan: a Mournes Hidden Gem

  • 22nd April 2020

    Moolieve and the Binnians

  • 13th April 2020

    Slieve Lamagan and the Importance of Route Planning

  • 7th April 2020

    A Dander at Murlough

  • 16th March 2020

    Hiking the Mourne Wall Route

  • 3rd March 2020

    Clearing the head: how hiking promotes good mental health

  • 17th February 2020

    The power of social media and hiking: An invitation hike that spiralled

  • 29th January 2020

    4 Easy Walks for Kids in the Mourne Area

  • 21st January 2020

    Trassey Track to Lough Shannagh via the Pollaphuca Gap

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    3rd January 2020

    The Mid-Ulster Mountaineers: Year of the Hallion