Opportunity to have your photography featured on new walk cards for district!

Walking trails

Published: 14th June 2017

We are currently developing a set of walking cards to promote walking opportunities, trails and routes within the Fermanagh & Omagh district.

The Fermanagh & Omagh district has a breath-taking natural landscape. From its lakes and waterways to its mountains, glens and forests, to its rich farming pastures; we are keen to visually capture walking trails within these landscapes on a new set of walking cards.

Would you like your scenic photograph to be included on a walking card? Then please send us your photograph(s) of any of the walking trails listed below.

Submitted photographs will be considered for inclusion on the relevant walking card, with your name attributed to the image on the walking card, if used.

Please submit your image in jpeg format to imelda.mccarron@fermanaghomagh.com by 5 pm, Monday 26 June 2017.

Walks included on the walk cards include:

  • An Creágan Trails
  • Castle Coole – Beech Walk
  • Castle Coole – Lake Walk Trail
  • Crocknagrally Forest
  • Crom
  • Cuilcagh Way: Walk 2 Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail
  • Cuilcagh Way: Walk 5 Florence Court Forest Trail
  • Ely Lodge Forest: Carrickreagh View Point Walk
  • Florence Court Forest Park – Blue Trail
  • Florence Court Forest Park – Red Trail
  • Gortin Forest Ladies Walk View Walk
  • Gortin Forest Nature Trail
  • Gortin Forest Pollan Walk
  • Gortin Lakes
  • Jenkin Forest and Lakes
  • Killyfole Lough
  • Loughmacrory
  • Marlbank (Killykeegan)
  • Robbers Table
  • Vinegar Hill Loop
  • Sloughan Glen
  • Seskinore Forest

Further information, Terms & Conditions

Please ensure your image is jpeg format, at least 1 MB full size that has not previously been cropped.

When submitting your image, please ensure to state where the photograph was taken and the walk it relates to.

Submission of photography does not guarantee inclusion on the walking cards. The decision of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council is final.

Images should be scenic in nature (landscape, flora, fauna, heritage for example). They should not include images of people where their face is clearly visible.

The photographer warrants, as to each and every photograph, that the artwork is of his/her own original design and execution and that no photograph infringes upon the copyright rights of any person or organisation and that no photograph(s) is (are) derivative works made from any copyrighted artwork.

The photographer is granting Fermanagh and Omagh District Council a non-exclusive license to use the photograph in its submitted form, for publication by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and/or use on sites such as facebook.com

However, please note also that third parties such as educational institutions, search engines or individuals may download, save, store or archive this (or any other) website with or without our knowledge. Fermanagh and OMagh District Council will have no control over such downloading and subsequent use and therefore cannot accept responsibility for any such use.

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