Ring of Gullion
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The Ring of Gullion Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a unique geological landform, unparalleled elsewhere in Ireland or the UK and was the first ring dyke in the world to be geologically mapped.Find out about what we do
Things to do.
The Ring of Gullion offers a variety of Things To Do for visitors to enjoy the countryside. Walkers and cyclists can follow a number of routes ranging in length and difficulty all of which give users the chance to explore the geology, archeology, wildlife and legend of the area.
From Cam Lough (crooked Lake)-the largest lake in the Ring of Gullion to The Newly Canal – previous host of the World Angling Championships. There is no shortage of great…
Visitor Experiences – Bringing the Ring of Gullion to Life
Visitor Experiences – Bringing the Ring of Gullion to Life The Ring of Gullion is full to the brim with exciting experiences. Whether you’re planning your next family break or…
The Ring of Gullion offers walking routes to suit every ability from the novice/pleasure walker to the most experienced of hikers.
Celebration of Dragons in the Hills Project5th April 2023
A quicker-than-light flash of golden brown on an old stone wall, or a circle of ripples in a ditch, are all most people see of the native reptiles and amphibians…Read more
Rural Community NetworkRead more
The Community Foundation for Northern Ireland’s Civic Innovation ProgrammeRead more
The Hedley FoundationRead more
Community Foundation for Northern Ireland have 5 Grant SchemesRead more