Local Activities

Glenariff Forest Autumnal Sponsored 4 or 6 Mile Walk

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The Glens. Of. Antrim. Triathlon

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Glenariff Forest Park, Scenic Trail

The Trail allows the more able person to enjoy walking through mature woodland, along the edges of steep sided river gorges with waterfalls and open moorland. The route is sign posted from the car park and around the trail. The trail first takes you down the Inver River gorge, nearly to the Ess-na-Crub Waterfall. This […]

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Johnny Joes , McCollams Bar

What a great place ! We walked in early on a Friday night and this was exactly what I look for in a pub. No fish and chips, not even a bar food menu to be seen. No TV screens blaring at you from every corner of the place. Just what it’s supposed to be, […]

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Harrys Cushendall

Welcome to Harry’s, one of the finest restaurants on the North Antrim Coast. Harry’s is located in the centre of Cushendall, in the heart of the Nine Glens of Antrim, serving the finest sustainable local seafood and beef that Northern Ireland has to offer and a range of exceptional wines in a relaxing setting. Passionate […]

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Cushendall Sailing and Boating Club

The club, founded in 1961 by a small group of people with an interest in boats, provides a service to people boating, with changing and toilet facilities, a secure boat storage park, social areas and a bar, also by organising events based in the club and on the water. The club draws support from all […]

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The Ulster Way / Moyle Walks

The Ulster Way Today The original Ulster Way route included a lot of road walking and some sections eventually began to suffer from increased traffic; there were also issues, in a few areas, about permission to cross private land.  These factors resulted in a group being established in 2003 to examine how the Ulster Way […]

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