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The famous Tain Way – a national way marked walking route – covers a 40km circuit of the Cooley Mountains on forest tracks, mountain paths and country roads.
The trail includes a selection of walks, visiting the Windy Gap and Barnavave.
The beautiful villages of Carlingford and Omeath lie to the north of the range overlooking Carlingford Bay.
The Port of Greenore also adjoins Carlingford.
To the south, overlooking Dundalk Bay, lie the villages of Jenkinstown and Lordship.
Here is the landscape of the legend of Cuchulainn and Queen Meabh and the Brown Bull of Cooley.