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A quiet upland lake route in Strabane`s countryside
Point of Interest
Moor Lough and surrounding glacial landscape.
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
From the parking area beside the public toilets, follow the gravel path around the edge of the lough in either direction. Moor Lough and it`s shoreline have been developed as a Dept. of Culture, Arts and Leisure fishery. Moorlough has several beaches and a segregated paddling area available for use. A gravel track which circumnavigates the lough makes most of the shoreline accessible for all.
Getting to the Start (by Car)
Follow the A5 Strabane Londonderry Road north from Strabane and turn right onto the B49 Woodend Road, Artigarvin and Donemana are signposted this way. In Artigarvin, turn right onto the Moorlough Road. Continue along this road passing through the small village of Glenmornan after 3km. Continue along this road for another 2.5km, then turn right onto the Napple Road. After 500m turn left onto the Hollyhill Road, which will lead you to the parking area at Moor Lough.
Dogs are allowed. Dogs must be on leads at all times on the route.
Disabled Fishing Stands available
The following facilities are available for users with limited mobility:
|Disabled toilets – Disabled toilets open between April and October|