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Causeway Coast and Glens Walking Festival

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The Causeway Coast and Glens Walking Festival will take place from 31st March – 2nd April and will be facilitated by expert adventurers from Far and Wild. 

We’ve built a range of unique walking experiences for you, where our jaw-dropping landscapes take centre stage. You'll be transported to the starting point and share stories along the way to incredible summits, whilst taking in the incredible natural surrounds of the Causeway Coast and Glens.

There are three walks in total, with each promising an incredible day of exploration, adventure and the opportunity to learn more about the history and heritage of some of our beautiful outdoor spaces.


Glenariff and the Dungonnell Way 

Friday 31st March | 15km - 4-5 hours

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Portballintrae to Ballintoy 

Saturday 1st April | 16km 4-5 hours

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Mullaghaneaney- Beyond the Summit of Wonders 

Sunday 2nd April | 9km 3-4 hours

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Season (31 Mar 2023 - 2 Apr 2023)


Friday, 31st March 2023 - Friday, 31st March 2023

Water flowing over the rocks in Glenariff Forest with green trees surrounding the pool of water[SOLD OUT] Causeway Coast and Glens Walking Festival - Glenariff and the Dungonnell WayA moderate walk on minor roads, forest tracks and trails, taking in the dramatic landscape of Glenariff and a section of the Dungonnell Way.
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Saturday, 1st April 2023 - Saturday, 1st April 2023

A group of walkers travelling along the coastal path, with green grass, shrubs and the sea visible below in the distance[SOLD OUT] Causeway Coast and Glens Walking Festival - Portballintrae to BallintoyThe coastal cliff path from Portballintrae to Ballintoy is a well-known iconic and dramatic cliff and beach walk. It encompasses mythology, world-class geology, marine biology, Mesolithic civilisation, broader European politics (Spanish Armada) and contemporary social & economic histories. These…
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Sunday, 2nd April 2023 - Sunday, 2nd April 2023

Images shows the lower half of a group of walkers wearing hiking  boots and carrying poles[SOLD OUT] Causeway Coast and Glens Walking Festival - Mullaghaneaney- Beyond the Summit of WondersThis walk is a circular route from valley to summit and back in the central Sperrins, along forest tracks, small trails and open hillside. Nestled in the Glenedra Valley, this summit overlooks Banagher Glen to the north and the Glenelly Valley to the south.
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