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We offer guided walks on the 3rd Sunday of each month (register 2.00pm Glenarm Visitor Centre or ...
Welcome to North Coast Walks – Walking in the best of counties Antrim, Donegal and ...
A circular route following a gravel forest trail through conifer and native woodland.
A difficult walk over rough ground to the summit of Cuilcagh via Cuilcagh Mountain Park.
Take an easy walk through history along this bay used in World War II.
This easy gradient walk takes you through Castle Irvine Demesne Estate.
A demanding walk (requiring proper footwear) but well worth the effort.
Panoramic views from the Aghameelan Viewpoint, stretch as far as the eye can see.
A number of looped walks of varying lengths in the beautiful surroundings of Castle Coole.
We offer guided walks on the 3rd Sunday of each month (register 2.00pm Glenarm Visitor Centre or 2.30pm at walk location), with exception of Easter Monday when the walk begins at 11.00am Glenarm Forest.
Welcome to North Coast Walks – Walking in the best of counties Antrim, Donegal and Londonderry.
Here at North Coast Walks we beleive that walking is the best way to explore the countryside - lets face it you can't get any closer to your ...
A difficult walk over rough ground to the summit of Cuilcagh via Cuilcagh Mountain Park - views from the summit are spectacular and stretch right across Ireland.
This park is a protected area of great scientific importance.
Two waymarked walks: The Lough Shore Walk - looped walk 1.4 miles/2.25km. Carrickreagh Viewpoint Walk - looped walk 1.6 miles/2.6km. Both easy walks along forest tracks and gravel paths. Carpark, picnic area and information panel. Some small inclines, suitable for buggies but not suitable for wheelchair users. Some sections maybe suitable for person with limited mobility.
Carrickreagh Viewpoint Walk
Castle Archdale Forest
Located on the southern side of the bridge at Waterside is an inlet of the Foyle called Rosses Bay or 'Port Rois.'
This easy gradient walk takes you through Castle Irvine Demesne Estate, restored in 1925 by Richard Hermon. The attractive forest area is full of old, impressive oak trees and recent Forest Service plantings.
A demanding walk (requiring proper footwear) but well worth the effort. The walk starts with a steep 700ft climb made up of around 370 steps - but there are benches to rest on and beautiful woodland to look at.
Panoramic views from the Aghameelan Viewpoint, stretch as far as the eye can see from over Lough Erne to County Leitrim.
A number of looped walks: Lake Walk 1 mile/1.6km
Beech Wood Walk 0.5 miles/0.8km
Gortgonnel Walk 2.5 miles/4km.
All walks with even surface. Steps provide access to some of the walks
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