Nothing lifts the spirits more than a spring walk. Surround yourself with the sights and sounds of nature and feel your stress float away as you explore our woodlands, countryside and garden trails.
Feed the birds on the lake, then explore Tir N’an Òg and visit the white stag.
Enjoy a stroll on a historic path as laid out by ‘Good Will’ in the late 1600’s. It’s a favourite walking route of the generations of Lenox-Conynghams who once lived here.
A gentle, even gradient walk through native Irish woodland with historical estate features along the way, including the Florence Court Yew Tree.
See the rich landscape and enjoy 180-degree views across the city and further afield.
Join us along the Lime Tree walk as spring awakens the senses and beautiful snowdrops appear from the undergrowth
Take a pleasant, gentle walk around the tranquil Lough Coole, spotting wildlife and glimpses of the mansion house on the way.
An eight-mile trail that takes in some stunning sights around Castle Ward.
Enjoy a walk through the varying habitats of the Nature Reserve, via the beach, and see what wildlife you can spot.
Step into a different world with colourful wildflowers, butterflies and birds on our trail that meanders through 6,000 year-old dunes to the river edge at the Bann Estuary.
The Yellow Trail starts at Runkerry Head and ends at Hamilton's Seat, marking the perimeter of the World Heritage Site, and becomes the Green Trail and Red Trail in part.
Come and enjoy a leisurely stroll around the stunning Downhill Demesne with its beautiful sheltered gardens and cliff walks.