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Beach and village walk
Gortmaconnell and Owenbrean River Walks
A series of circular walking routes through unspoilt countryside.
Founded in 2000 by mountain hiking expert Domnall McComish.
Glenarm Walkers offer guided walks on the 3rd Sunday of each month (registration at 2.00pm ...
Welcome to North Coast Walks – Walking in the best of counties Antrim, Donegal and ...
A quiet cycle follows the River Bann. Perfect for a family day out.
A demanding walk (requiring proper footwear) but well worth the effort.
A moderate walk on winding forest roads and remote country lanes.
A circular route following a gravel forest trail through conifer and native woodland.
WalkNI.com is delighted to announce four new quality walks on Rathlin Island.
Cushendun is a beautiful seaside village on the North Coast alive with small shops and pubs. A series of scenic paths wind through the village, beach front, harbour, and Glendun river.
A series of circular walking routes through unspoilt countryside with terrain ranging from riverside walks to treks across open moorland.
Glenarm Walkers offer guided walks on the 3rd Sunday of each month (registration at 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 walk through attractive woodland and parkland with many interesting features including Parliament Buildings. Only five miles out of the city, Stormont Woodland Walk and Fitness Trail, is a great place to walk, run and relax.
This route along the quiet roads on the east bank of the Bann provides a great family cycle from the bustling market town of Ballymoney and the Drumaheglis Marina and caravan/camping park.
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.
A moderate walk on winding forest roads and remote country lanes. From the forest you will have good views of Lough Erne - resembling a shining maze of oversized puddles, the hills beyond extending to County Cavan.
Four new quality walks are now available on Rathlin Island, in addition to the two existing routes, the Rathlin Trail and the Roonivoolin Walk.
When it comes to walking, there are few who love it more than man’s best friend.
With its wide open spaces, excellent walking options and accommodation properties that welcome pets, what better way to treat you and your dog than on a short break to Northern
With our dramatic coastlines and rugged landscapes, it is no surprise that we are home to some breathtaking waterfalls. Found in secluded woodlands, on coastal drives or even at luxury hotels, below you'll find a selection of stunning waterfall walks
The Belfast Hills provide a tranquil contrast to the hustle and bustle of urban life below. Travel just minutes from the city centre for fantastic views over Belfast and beyond.
Dotted along the countryside and coastal landscapes, Northern Ireland’s Castles tell stories of war, siege and expansion throughout the centuries leaving a well-preserved legacy waiting to be explored.
"If music be the food of love, play on". And where better to celebrate a love of music with someone special than in County Fermanagh this summer when it plays host to the BBC Proms In The Park Northern Ireland. Broadcast live from the grounds of National
As the leaves start changing colours and the nights draw in, there’s no better time to pull on the walking boots and take an autumn walk whilst enjoying some of the most spectacular and colourful landscapes that Northern Ireland has to offer.
Dotted along the countryside and coastal landscapes, Northern Ireland’s castles tell stories of war, siege and expansion throughout the centuries leaving a well-preserved legacy waiting to be explored. Journey with us to the past and discover our
A perfect holiday or short break is one that all the family can enjoy, including your four-legged friend. Northern Ireland has everything you need to take your pet with you. With dog-friendly hotels, B&Bs, and cottages near beautiful walks, your
Whether you plan to head out for a clifftop stroll, sunset beach walk, or explore the majesty and solitude of the mountains, you’ll find some incredible views on a walk in Northern Ireland.
Explore Northern Ireland by foot and discover some of our best
“Are we nearly there yet?” A phrase that instils fear in parents all over the country. The good news is there’s no need to travel long distances to escape with the kids. Why not think closer to home and book a glamping holiday in Northern Ireland?
The Mourne Mountains are the highest and most dramatic in Northern Ireland, but you don’t have to climb the highest peaks to experience their majestic beauty. Beautiful and spectacular scenery can be enjoyed from the foothills along short and
The Causeway Coast and Glens are justifiably famous for the Giant’s Causeway, wonderful coastlines and a unique natural beauty. With three designated areas of outstanding natural beauty, nine glens including Glenariff the ‘Queen of the Glens’, lush