The Sperrins range is one of Northern Ireland's most scenic regions. The rugged pattern of mountains, bogland and inland waters is a striking landscape virtually unaffected by the passage of time.
The Sperrins are the largest and least explored mountain range in Northern Ireland with dramatic landscapes, rivers teaming with life, mountains, valleys, forests, lakes and outdoor and indoor pursuits. This is the perfect location to get an extraordinary experience in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Breeding golden plover, red grouse, buzzard, hen harrier, long-eared owl, peregrine, sparrowhawk, raven, plus crossbill and siskin in the upland forests of Drum Manor, Gortin Glen, Knockmany, Lough Bradan, Seskimore. The people of the Sperrins are known for their heritage and culture; even by Irish standards, they are renowned for their special warmth and hospitality.