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Covid-19 Update – Centre Temporary Closure


We are in very challenging times and need to heed all Public Health Authority and Govt advice with regard to how we work, socialise and interact with each other.

Unfortunately, Tollymore National Outdoor Centre, the Kayak Rolling Pool and Hotrock Climbing Wall will close to the public with immediate effect, for the foreseeable future and we will continue to review the situation in line with PHA guidance.  We will no longer be providing changing / toilet facilities for members of the public.
Things are changing on a daily basis and we will update our social media regularly to inform you of any changes regarding access to the centre by the public.

Many of you will have booked skills and leadership courses with us, or your children will be booked on residential courses. Tollymore National Outdoor Centre is closed to the public, however the office will remain open and we will be in contact with all who have booked courses with us and keep you informed – you will hear from us!

If you need to contact us, you can do so by email –, or telephone – 028 4372 2158
Finally, please keep following the PHA and govt advice, with regard to socialising, work and travel.
Stay safe and look after your friends, relatives and work colleagues.


Current situation

As you are probably aware the current advice from the Northern Ireland Executive, Health Promotion Agency NI and Health & Safety Executive NI, as well as our expert group within Sport NI is that we cannot deliver any face to face courses for our customers including use of the Hot Rock Climbing Wall.

We know that you and many others like minded folk are very keen to get back on track with your plans to attend and complete a range of personal skills training and qualifications in a range of disciplines.

Believe us when we say we are equally keen to get outside with you and help you reach your goals and complete that journey.

How do we know? Because every day we get emails and phone calls asking when will courses resume and with every NI Executive mention of easing of restrictions the emails and phone calls are more frequent……