This is a path that goes over a variety of uneven terrain including a grassy field and a rocky coastline which is steep in places. Dogs should be kept on a lead.
Point of interest:Coastal views
Nearest town:Larne and Ballycarry
OS map:Sheet 9
Terrain:Grassy slopes and rocky paths
Route:From Brown's Bay Beach follow the promenade along to the right and up the stoney path towards Skernaghan Point. This path then gives way to a well-worn grassy track which can be muddy in places. Follow the coastline either at sea level or from the vantage of the field at the top. The land is owned by The National Trust. The only indication that you have finished the walk is a fenceline and there is no signage or any other instruction. From here retrace your steps back to the start.
Facilities:Browns Bay car park has toilets. Steele's shop has some provisions.
Accessible toilet facilities:Yes
Accessible terrain:Grassy and rocky tracks, uneven in places.
Publication:Larne Country Walks - Walk No 10.
Your Guide to Walking in the Causeway Coast + Glens - Walk No 10.
Publication availability:Larne Tourist Information Centre (028) 2827 0088 or available to download on this webpage.
Getting to the start by public transport:B90 through Islandmagee. Passenger Ferry from Larne Tel: (028) 2827 3785. NB: Ferry is very small. Bus route 169.