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Game of Thrones® Running Tour - Dragonstone Cliffs & Slavers Bay

Fair Head Car Park, Ballycastle, County Antrim, BT54 6RD
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Visit Game of Thrones® filming locations on this special guided running tour.

On this tour we will visit the Game of Thrones® filming location at the beautiful headland of Fair Head before dropping down into the tranquil setting of Murlough Bay. As well as seeing the locations, you will also hear the stories of Grey Man's Path and history of this amazing setting on Northern Ireland's Causeway Coastal Route.

Known as Northern Ireland’s tallest cliff face, the impressive Fair Head rises 600 feet above sea level and lies about 3 miles from the town of Ballycastle. It was therefore the perfect setting for the clifftop scenes of Dragonstone from Season 7.

Murlough Bay is a hidden gem off the main Causeway Coastal Route. Once there, we will have great views of Rathlin Island off Northern Ireland’s north coast, as well as the Mull of Kintyre and the Scottish Islands which lie across the North Channel.

This route will require trail shoes. The locations on Fair Head which were used for filming are on open land and working farmland; there are cliffs and the route is quite undulating. But remember, the tours will be at a pace that suits you so walking parts of it is fine (that's what I do).

This tour is independently operated by Born To Run Tours. It is not sponsored, endorsed, or affiliated with HBO or anyone associated with Game of Thrones®.

This tour is approx. 12 km.


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  • Prior Booking Required

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