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Step into Spring - Sunset Ramble at the Giant's Causeway

44 Causeway Road, Bushmills, Antrim, BT57 8SU
Picture of the Giant's Causeway at sunset


It's time to get a little spring into your step!

Join Nature Engagement Officer at the Giant's Causeway, Dr Cliff Henry, for a 'Step into Spring' Sunset Ramble along the breath-taking Causeway cliffs on Friday 5th April to explore all things wild.

Watch the fulmars returning to their nests for the evening and keep an ear out for some skylarks performing their last melodious song of the day. On the return journey, you will pass swathes of gorse in bloom, wafting their sweet coconut scent, and then venture down the Shepherd's Steps into Port Noffer, to admire the early wildflowers on the cliff slopes. If the weather is on your side, you will have a perfect view of the sun setting over Donegal, its golden rays reflecting off the sea, with the world-famous Causeway stones in the foreground. Just to top it all off, you will also have the chance to do some bat detecting on return to the Visitor Centre via the Blue Trail.

A reasonable level of fitness is required.

Spaces on this event are limited, therefore, pre-booking is essential via the official website.

Tickets = £15.00 per person

If you have a hand-held torch or headtorch, it is recommended that you bring it with you to the event. Please wear comfortable clothing and appropriate footwear suitable for the event and for the weather on the day.

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