Antrim Hills – Glenarm Village via Ulster Wildlife Reserve.

GRADE A WALK SATURDAY 30th SEPTEMBER   Distance 15km. Highest Point 1239m. Duration 5.5 – 6 hours   Registration 10.00 am, Glenarm Visitor Centre. Bus Departs 10.30am. Walk begins 10.45am   Bus to Linford Car park. Hill walking to Scawt, Black hill, & Old Feystown, then laneways to the semi natural woodland of Nature Reserve in… Read more »

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Antrim Hills to Cairncastle

GRADE B WALK SUNDAY 1st OCTOBER   Antrim Hills to Cairncastle. Distance 6km. Highest point 1000m. Duration 2.5 – 3 hours.   Registration 2.00pm, Linford Car Park, Ballycoose Road. Walk begins 2.30pm.   Linford Car Park – Antrim Hills Way – Knockdhu – Sallagh lanes – Spanish Chestnut Tree – Mattie’s Meeting House Cairncastle.   Steepish… Read more »

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Galboly Hidden Village to Glenarm.

GRADE A WALK SUNDAY 1st OCTOBER   Galboly Hidden Village to Glenarm. Distance 15km. Highest Point 1179m. Duration 5.5 – 6 hours   Registration 9.30am, Glenarm Visitor Centre. Bus departs 10.00am. Walk begins 10.30am   Bus to starting point, north of Garron Point on Antrim Coast Road – Galboly old Village – Antrim Plateau – Lough… Read more »

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Photographic or Village/Coastal Ramble

GRADE B WALK SATURDAY 30th SEPTEMBER   A Photographic or Village/Coastal Ramble through and around Glenarm Village, Coast and Bachelors Walk.   Registration 2.00pm, Glenarm Visitor Centre. Walk begins 2.15pm. Duration 2 hours.   Plenty of opportunities for a gentle stroll with or without a camera to spot wildlife species or architectural features unique to Glenarm.… Read more »

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Nautical Skills Workshop

Nautical Skills Workshop SATURDAY 30th SEPTEMBER Glenarm Harbour, Registration 11.00am, Glenarm Visitor Centre. Continuing our celebration of the Sea this year we invite you to Have-a-Go at Fish Net Knitting & Knot Tying. This is a free activity supported by Heart of Glens Landscape Partnership Scheme. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.… Read more »

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Feystown through Antrim Estate

GRADE B WALK SATURDAY 30th SEPTEMBER   Feystown through Antrim Estate and on to the Village. Distance 8km. Duration 3 – 3.5 hours   Registration 1.00pm, Glenarm Visitor Centre. Bus Departs 1.30pm. Walk begins 2.00pm   Bus to Feystown then laneways to Glenarm River winding through the semi natural woodland of Nature Reserve in Antrim Estate,… Read more »

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Charming Glenarm

Half Day Experience: Glenarm Village & Glenarm Castle Walled Garden And Tea Room Cost of experience £15 pp Your experience begins with an exploration of our visitor centre and The Steensons’ Economusee, where you will see silversmiths crafting unique pieces of jewellery. Then you will hear the story of our quaint unspoilt village as you… Read more »

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Landmark Buildings

Glenarm – Dominated by Spires and Domes   The views from all of the approach roads to Glenarm are dominated by spires and domes, parapets and pinnacles, towers and an Italian style fluted campanile topped by a weather-vane. At a lower level bridges, walls and monuments are equally varied and impressive.  

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Period Architecture

Enjoy Glenarm’s Cobbles, Chimney Stacks and Coachways   Glenarm has a wealth of well preserved  architectural features reflecting both the influence of close trading links with Scotland through it’s harbour dating  back to 12th century and the presence of  Glenarm  Castle. The MacDonnells and their ancestors have led both in preservation and in the introduction… Read more »

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Knockdhu

VISITOR EXPERIENCE   We offer a half day walking experience with an abundance of archaeology and geology where every pile of stones has a story and allows you to immerse yourself in our ancient traditions.   This package offers you the privilege of accessing a very unique archaeological site on private land guided by farmer… Read more »

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Walk Cairncastle & Village

GRADE B WALK SUNDAY 19th NOVEMBER Laneways and paths to include an historical trail and local landmarks. We will conclude our walk at Matties Meeting House.   14:00 Registration at Glenarm Visitor Centre 14:30 Registration at Matties Meeting House £5 pp Including Refreshments at Matties Meeting House     IMPORTANT – WALK NOTES Trained walk leaders accompany all… Read more »

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Walk Ronan’s Way Glendun

GRADE A WALK SUNDAY 20th AUGUST New public access on private lands presents a choice of looped walks from grassy slopes overlooking the Glendun river to steeper more challenging heather moorland, and allows us enjoy this landscape as Ronan intended.   14:15 Registration at Craigagh Chapel car park Cushendun 14:30 Registration at entrance to Ronan’s Way… Read more »

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