Ulster Way

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Details

Location

Various

Year

1975

Source

BBC NI

Format

film

colour

Length

02min 13sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

BBC NI

Rights Holder

BBC NI

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Description

The Ulster Way is a series of signposted walks covering 450 miles of Northern Ireland.

Notes

The Ulster Way is a series of walking routes which encircle Northern Ireland. The Ulster Way was founded by Wilfred Capper, who was inspired by Tom Stephenson's Pennine Way. Most of The Ulster Way lies within Northern Ireland, the remainder being in the Republic of Ireland.

Shot List

Wilfred Capper and interviewer walking down a countryside path, discussing the Ulster Way.

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