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There is much to explore across these townlands; churches, bridges, an old barracks and standing stones.View more info on Forkhill and Mullaghbane Heritage Trail Brochure
The Lock-keepers' Pad starts at the Victoria Locks, leads up the hillside through the forest to the panoramic Flagstaff picnic site on Fathom. The guide gives you an insight into the history and wildlife of the path and surrounding area.View more info on Lock Keepers’ Pad Heritage Brochure
For teachers by teachers.
A built heritage guide book designed for Primary School teachers, covering the built heritage of the Ring of Gullion and surrounding area from the Stone Age through to Victorian Period.
Topics covered includes: What we built, how we lived and what we made.View more info on The Building of our Place
During the Winter Solstice Festival visitors will be able to take in hiking, geology, history, art, and mindfulness to name a few! Whatever you like to do or whatever you want to do better, you'll be able to find it in our events programme.View more info on Winter Solstice Festival Events Programme 2018
Outdoor Recreation NI (ORNI) was commissioned by Newry Mourne and Down District Council through the Ring of Gullion Partnership (ROGP) to develop an Outdoor Recreation Action Plan for South Armagh.View more info on Outdoor Recreation Action Plan for South Armagh
The new Ring of Gullion AONB Management Action Plan 2017-2022 has been produced by the Ring of Gullion AONB Officer and the Ring of Gullion partnership team as an update to the previous Action Plan 2011-2016.View more info on Ring of Gullion AONB Management Plan 2017-2022
The purpose of this booklet is to encourage the enjoyment and recording of wildflowers and plants in South Armagh. In it you should find ways to identify both common plants, which are likely to be seen on a regular basis and rarer species which will require an effort to find.View more info on Wildflowers of South Armagh Booklet
A dedicated publication in support of the StreamScapes School Project which happened in 2016 containing aquatic invertebrate ID Key, as well as “Best-Practice” information, and Gullion –specific habitats and local information.View more info on StreamScapes Gullion Booklet
This five-year Strategy sets out the strategic direction for the tourism industry within the District of Newry, Mourne and Down. The document outlines the current situation, the strategy framework, and a series of recommendations that are designed to achieve the vision and goals, and to ensure that industry is in the business of delivering EPIC moments.View more info on Newry, Mourne and Down Tourism Strategy 2017 – 2021
Ring of Gullion AONB
Crossmaglen Community Centre,
Tel: +44 (0)28 3082 8592
Slieve Gullion Forest Park: +44 (0)28 3025 6670
Newry Visitor Information Centre: +44 (0)28 3031 3170