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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Causeway Coast Glens

'A competent walk leader leads each walk. Meeting points vary depending on walks - details available in programme The walks primarily take place in Northern Ireland and Donegal. The club organises ...
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'The Main Valley Bogs SAC is an important concentration of lowland raised bogs along the River Main valley. It includes three active raised bogs namely; Dunloy Bog ASSI, Caldanagh Bog ASSI and Fros ...
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'Glenariff Forest is home to many animals of conservation concern, most notably red squirrel, hen harrier and Irish hare. There are several walking trails through the forest which give spe ...
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''The Park, which is managed to create an environmentally-sympathetic parkland habitat, overlooks Mountsandel Wood and members of the public can enjoy a continuous riverside walk southwards from Co ...
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'The Walk the Glens Group was initiated by Cushendall Development Group. We are a team of local people trained as volunteer walk leaders ... There are led ...
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'Enjoy lazy summer days, picnics, making sandcastles and long walks. You'll find that even on a busy day, this is a secluded and relaxing place to be.'


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'One of the most important features of the guide is a walking trail of Ballymoney Town which signposts buildings of historic interest.'


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'A classic beach walk enjoyed by many all year round. The walk from Benone to Downhill is extremely popular. Access from Benone to Magilligan Point may be restricted at times when the firing range ...
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Download the 40-page PDF containing details of eighteeen walks across the Region, ranging from 0.9 miles to 14.3 miles.


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'This superb, two-day walking route takes you along Northern Ireland's most celebrated coastline. High cliffs, secluded beaches and numerous historic and natural landmarks are just some of the trea ...
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Access a number of descriptions of Walks (though not all are recent), including: [1] The Local History Trail - - - : [2] A walk along the Roe - - - : [3] A stroll through Limavady - - - : [4] The R ...
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'The Moyle Way is a challenging, two-day walk that explores the northern-most Glens of Antrim. Following a mixture of forest tracks and remote upland moor, the route includes a visit to th ...
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'Situated 6 miles off the North East coast, Rathlin’s wonder lies in the variety of birdlife that grace the shores of this remote and tranquil island. Just 5 miles east-west and 3.4 miles north-sou ...
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