The rugged countryside of Omagh and The Sperrins region is some of the most beautiful in Ireland. The natural blend of peaks, forests, moors, valleys, lakes and rivers makes it an obvious favourite for walkers and ramblers. Visit the ‘Activities’ section for a full listing of walks in the beautiful Omagh & the Sperrins Region or check out www.walkni.com
Tyrone Roots: 7 Richmond Park | Omagh | Co.Tyrone | BT79 7SJ | (028) 8224 9242 | +44 77216 676222 | W: www.tyroneroots.com
As well as a family history research service, Vincent Brogan, specialist guide from Tyrone Roots offers the opportunity to discover the more hidden parts of our region, visiting places of local and historical interest including archaeological sites. Transport can be provided to major tourism destinations and an itinerary planned to suit your specific interests. Historical walking tours of Omagh town can also be provided.
Cycle Sperrins offers guided cycle tours tracing the ancient routes of settlers back to the Bronze age in Ireland. Each route offers progressive distances and options to complete longer or shorter journeys, depending on your energy levels. Cycle Sperrins suggests great places to eat and overnight, nestled in the hearts of communities through the Sperrins Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Included on our guided tours are the National Geographic listed (Top 10 Drives in the World) Glenelly Valley, the iconic Beaghmore Stone circle, fishing rivers, foraging and local food producers, pre-Christian and Christian monuments and sites, friendly hostelries and pubs, camping locations and cyclists rests!
The location of Cycle Sperrins includes counties Derry and Tyrone and the moderate hills (max 350m) in the centre of historic Ulster. The area was settled from early Bronze age times and comprises an adventurous tour through a wide range of fascinating archaeological sites. Small and minor roads provide hundreds of kilometers of accessible road-way perfect for cycle touring, guaranteeing that your Cycle Sperrins experience is off the beaten track.