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[SOLD OUT] The Living Edge, Where Land Meets Sea - Causeway Coast and Glens Walking Festival

Fairhead Carpark, Ballycastle, County Antrim, BT54 6RD
people walking a top a cliff with the sea below

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The Living Edge, Where Land Meets Sea (8km) 4.5hrs - Causeway Coast and Glens Walking Festival

This Moderate looped walk is on trails and minor roads taking in the dramatic cliff-scape at Fairhead and Murlough Bay. This area is a world-renowned climbing destination, where a 5km section of dolerite cliffs form a 5km path overlooking the Sea of Moyle.

Difficulty: Moderate Walk
Meeting Point: Fairhead Car Park
Registration: 10:00
Walk Start time: 10.30
Finish Time & Refreshments: 15:00

This Moderate looped walk is on trails and minor roads taking in the dramatic cliff-scape at Fairhead and Murlough Bay. This area is a world-renowned climbing destination, where a 5km section of dolerite cliffs form a 5km path overlooking the Sea of Moyle.

The broader area has an historic link with Scotland and replete with sea-faring tales between Rathlin Island, Scotland and the north Antrim coastline. The walk explores the connection with Rathlin Island and the Scottish western seaboard through the ages, from the pre-Christian period through monasticism to the modern era and how connection with the sea can inform a dynamic and healthy environment.

Registration 10:00 for walk commencing at 10.30 Max numbers 20. Accompanied children over 10 years can be accommodated, however the adjacent high cliffs should be noted by parents.

Parking is available on-site at Fairhead Car Park. This walk is guided in association with Nine Glens Tours.

Waterproofs and hiking boots/sturdy footwear are required. Please bring a lunch or substantial snack with at least 1 litre water.

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Season (16 Mar 2024)
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Saturday10:00 - 15:00

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