The Sperrins are Northern Ireland's most extensive mountain range and can be explored on four scenic driving routes (North, South, East and Central), which were included in National Geographic's prestigious list of the world's 101 scenic drives for 2012.
• Barnes Gap: situated on the Central Sperrins Driving Route, this striking glacial feature comprises a deep incision in the ridge of hills lying to the south of the beautiful Glenelly Valley, with great views of the main Sperrins chain.
• Pigeon Top: located on the South Sperrins Driving Route to the west of Omagh, this prominent viewpoint and picnic area offers some fantastic views of surrounding hills such as Bessy Bell, and further afield.
• Slieve Gallion: situated off the East Sperrins Driving Route near Moneymore, this mountain lies at the eastern edge of the Sperrins with a road leading much of the way to the top. Take in the excellent views over Lough Neagh, the Sperrins, Antrim Hills and Mourne Mountains