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These mountains travel adjacent to the Glenelly Valley on Ireland's North Coast.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Sperrins are Northern Ireland's biggest mountain range.roughly 60 miles west of Belfast, and topped and tailed by counties Derry and Omagh, and cover 100 square kilometres (39 square miles). They get their name from the Irish Na Speiríní, meaning "spurs of rock", though they...More

Thank Sarah B
Reviewed 4 March 2018

A picturesque drive through these mountain provide endless, unspoiled scenery. You can stop off at various spots for a walk or hike. You will encounter all of the beauty that nature can provide. Farm animals grazing. Flowing rivers. Boglands. Idyllic rural settings. Pure landscape where...More

Thank MegsyMac
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Explored the Sperrins and was blown away by the unspoilt beauty. Great scenic drives are signposted and give you a real glimpse of the area.

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Reviewed 7 July 2016

The Sperrin Mountains are very beautiful lots of sheep roam freely. We encountered four seasons in one day, and there was a magical rainbow at the end of our journey.

Thank SebriaMaria
Reviewed 3 April 2016

Vast areas of untouched and little explored heather and bog land. Here and there spruces have been planted, sheep roam, isolated cottages and house some abandoned and small hamlets appear. These mountains appear largely as a ridge in the distance the Eastern gateway being Slieve...More

Thank timeagain
Reviewed 25 February 2013

With Spring just around the corner, natural Ireland is beginning to stir, and nowhere better to see this thatn in the Sperrin Mountains, Northern Ireland. With so many places to visit in this beautiful part of Ireland, it would be difficult to single out one...More

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