MAGHERY TO BELTURBET GREENWAY
“Ulster Canal Greenway”
The Ulster Canal weaved through counties Monaghan, Fermanagh, Tyrone and Armagh on its way between Upper Lough Erne and Lough Neagh. Partial restoration works have commenced as part of a long-term vision to reopen the navigation and, as part of that vision, pathways along the length are either planned or possible, linking all the way between Belturbet by Lough Erne and Maghery at Lough Neagh.
|Timescale||2026 to 2040|
|Councils||Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council|
|Monaghan Councty Council|
EXPLORE THE HISTORIC ROUTE
GREENWAY PROJECTS WHICH INTERSECT
A 26km route from Armagh through Killylea, Tynan, Caledon and Glaslough on the way to Monaghan town.
A 60km route following the line of the former Clogher Valley Railway and the succession of roadside railway stations still standing along the way.
A 7km pathway along the side of the Coalisland Canal
Successful greenway projects are driven by the passion of local people. If you have an update to share, a story to tell about the history of the route or future of the Maghery to Belturbet Greenway / Ulster Canal Greenway, or if you want to submit a picture or video to this page, please get in contact.