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Lagan Valley Regional Park

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Lagan Valley Regional Park

7 Miles

The River Lagan flows through the park and as it grows in size it sweeps and meanders down to the Lagan Navigation and out to the Irish Sea,
Visitors who step out onto the towpath will find themselves immersed in the sound of the flowing river and the smell of pine, ancient oak and fields of meadowsweet throughout the seasons. Walkers can gasp at the hugeness of Ballyskeagh High Bridge and discover carpets of bluebells with whispered stories of faeries and folklore fairies.

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