Dungloe River Walk incorporating Cope Mountain Walk

Total length of trail = 3.7 km: Dungloe River Walk = 2.1 km - Cope Mountain Walk = an additional 1.6 km

Walking
County Donegal
4.5/5
2 reviews
Grade Easy
Length 3.7 km
Time Dungloe River Section: 45 minutes / including Cope Mountain Section: 1 hour
Format Loop
Ascent 15 m
Dogs Allowed On a lead
Waymarking Dungloe River Section: Red arrow on white background / Cope Mountain Section: Green arrow on white background
Start Point
Garden of Remembrance, Gweedore Road, Dungloe
Finish Point
Garden of Remembrance, Gweedore Road, Dungloe
Nearest Town to Start Dungloe
Grid Ref. B 770 116
Lat. and Long. 54.95297, -8.35841

The Dungloe River Walk is a pleasant stroll in the environs of Dungloe Town taking in the Dungloe River and Glenties Road. On pavement and path you are likely to see amazing birdlife and there are numerous sculptures along the trail.
The Cope Mountain Walk is a purpose-built extension to the Dungloe River Walk skirting around the area called 'Cope Mountain'. From the low-lying Long Lake on your left, to Dungloe Lake, part of the popular Rosses Fisheries, the river, lake and connected Craghy Lough are all very good for sea trout. Dungloe Lake has a number of small wooded islands. The trail follows the edge of the lake with distant views to the picturesque highlands of Thorr in the southern reaches of Gweedore.

Trail Management

Forbairt na Rosann - Email: ionadtc@gmail.com Tel: 074 9522198 or Inga Bock, Rural Recreation Officer - Tel: 074 9744937

Facilities

Car parking, shops, restaurants, cafés, take-aways, pubs, accommodation, etc.

OSI Maps

OSI Maps

Discovery Series Sheet 1
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Bus transport by various companies including Bus Eireann, Doherty's Travel, Mangan Tours and McGeehan Coaches

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5/5
07/09/2021

Karen O Brien Glackin from Dublin

Love this walk, can't wait to get back and do it again
4/5
03/05/2014

marie from Donegal

Beautiful walk with lots to see in the way of flora and fauna. There is a new extension starting soon which should enhance this great facility.

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