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Glenariff Forest Park, Viewpoint Trail

Co Antrim
Glenariff Forest Park, Viewpoint Trail

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About

A short circular walk through woodland and stunning gardens offering spectacular views.

Start Point:
D210202

Finish Point:
D210202

Route:
The route is clearly signposted, in a clockwise fashion. This trail starts as a tarmac path leaving the car park through mature stand of larch trees to a view point on the edge of the Glen. From here you can enjoy views of the 'U' shaped glacially formed glen in front and below you, the vista includes views down to the coast and across the sea you can see the Mull of Kintyre. The path then goes past the cafe and takes a route through mature woodland and ornamental gardens before returning you back to the cafe and car park. These walks are situated in a working forest environment and may be subject to diversion and closure from time to time. Please refer to the Forest Service NI link below for up-to-date information.

Distance:
0.6 miles

Terrain:
Forest paths, steep in places

Point of interest:
Sea views, ornamental garden

Facilities:
Car park (fee charged), Picnic areas, Café, Shop, Toilets (disabled access), Camping and Caravaning, Electronic 'In-Touch' Information Kiosk, Way-marked/nature trails, Lecture room/Classroom, Permanent Exhibition, Guided tours available.

Publication:
None

Nearest town:
Cushendall

OS map:
Sheet 9

Accessible toilet facilities:
Yes

Accessible terrain:
Forest paths, steep in places

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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Road Directions

Accessed via the A43 - Ballymena to Cushendall Road.

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