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Spotted a sleeping heron, a kingfisher, pheasant and some Jays. Perfect cycling for everyone, lovely scenic path for walkers, cyclists, runners and canal/river lovers. The cafe in Lady Dixon park sells enormous scones! What more could you ask for!
Such a wonderful paved trail to walk, run or rent a bike and follow along. The pathway is flat and well travelled by families of all ages and lots of pets. Ducks and bird wildlife is fun to watch and listen to. Lock Keepers Inn...更多
A good spot to start a walk along the towpath is at the carpark at Drumbeg opposite St. Patricks church. This is a walk along the Lagan Navigation as it was known. In the past barges plied their way from Lough Neagh to Belfast through...更多
Wir sind am Sir Thomas und Lady Dixon Park gestartet und bis nach Belfast den Fluss entlang gewandert. Wir waren...更多
This was a special event organised by Lagan Valley Regional Park and hosted by the Park Ranger Dan and his very friendly crew. It was so much fun for the kids and the adults too. There were plenty of games to get the kids enjoying...更多
The best place to start is at the Lock Keepers Inn and from here you can walk downstream to Stranmillis Weir. The return trip will take about an hour, but to extend the walk you can take one of the many narrow paths into the...更多
One of NIs treasures. Walk/run/cycle from Belfast - Lisburn (and beyond) with plenty of entrance/exit points, off-shoot parks, and an excellent cafe. Glorious. All free.
This is a great route for a walk, cycle or run along the Lagan Towpath. Its well maintained, gets a lot of people out exercising and generally feels safe. You can often see people canoeing in the river so there is always a hive of...更多
Brill birthday party experience for a crowd of 8 year olds. Best party ever, according to the twenty odd kids who attended. Dan, the head ranger at Lagan Valley Regional Park, agreed readily to my request for a bushcraft party for my eldest's birthday party....更多