The Robbers Table Walk
The Robbers Table Walk is an excellent adventure in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland that will take you across a hill known as The Robbers Table. While out walking the trail, you will complete a brief section of road walking, before traversing the open countryside on the way to the hilltop. As part of this walk passes through a farmyard, it is not a suitable trail for dogs.
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Route Description for The Robbers Table Walk
While it might not offer much in the way of dramatic scenery or challenging terrain, The Robbers Table Walk is a great adventure in Northern Ireland that features some beautiful views and its share of fairly steep hillsides.
Setting out from the trailhead, you will make your way northwest along Lisnaharney Road and eventually break away to the north. Here, you will pass by several farms and traverse a serene stretch of woodland terrain, before climbing up the hillside across The Robbers Table. Here, you will enjoy some sweeping views over the surrounding landscape.
After making a brief descent to the north, you will arrive at the edge of Liscabble Road and follow it to the west for a short distance. Here, you will turn back to the south and climb uphill to once again traverse The Robbers Table, enjoying some more amazing views on the descent back toward Lisnaharney Road. Turning left, you can follow the road back into the trailhead where you began your adventure.
Getting to the The Robbers Table Walk Trailhead
The trailhead for The Robbers Table Walk can be found 5.1 km southwest of Gortin, at a small layby on the right side of Lisnaharney Road.
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