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We did the purple loop on a recent sunny November day. The walk takes you over wet, boggy ground and there is a small bit of climbing. The views of the surrounding landscape are lovely. The walk took us between 2-2.5 hours. It finishes on...More
Well marked covering mountains rivers woodland bogs and rivers All bound up in wonderful views as you move higher on the walk. Moderate with a couple of strenuous sections. So worth doing and on return to the trail head experience the waterfalls shrouded in gliding...More
Accessing to the beginning of the loop was easy with a car and there was good parking available. Wouldn't reccomend the loop if there was rain on th day before. Part of the loop is just a normal gravel road. The start route isn't that...More
Longest walk is a bit short (4h) but you can sense nature because it is a remote location. Walking is through boggy terrain and good equipment is must. Very nice views of Nephin beg mountains. This is worthy alternative for long Bangor trail.
Myself and my partner got to do this trail in full on 14th May, which was a beautiful warm sunny day. It was our 2nd attempt, the first being last November, in extremely heavy rain. There is a huge amount of bog on this walk,...More
We did this walk last week, the brochure said it was a moderate walk, however this is actually a hard walk on very rocky ground with a lot of climbing and not for the faint hearted. We are both seasoned walkers and really enjoyed it,...More