Your hikes will take you from the Glens of Antrim to the Giant Causeway. Visit the World Heritage Site and National Nature Reserve of the Giant Causeway, the ruins of Dunluce, Dunseverick and Kinbane Castles and if you dare cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

Hike the inspiring Glens of Antrim and discover the Giant Causeway

The Moyle Way in the Antrim Glens

Glens of Antrim.Glenariff forest park in the Glens of Antrim.

The Nine Antrim Glens North of Belfast are magical and best discovered on foot walking the Moyle way. One of the best-kept tourism secrets in Northern Ireland it’s a magical place. It offers varied landscapes and the warmest of welcomes. Rich in culture, tradition and history the Nine Glens of Antrim are the jewels in Ulster’s crown.

The Moyle Way runs for 43km through the heart of the world-famous Glens of Antrim a land of geology, wildlife, history, myths and folklore. The Moyle Way is a waymarked route between Glenariff and Ballycastle. This walking route winds through scenics Glens and valleys and mountains that are part of the Glens ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The journey passes through various scenery and reaches its high point near the summit of Trostan. Highlights include views of Rathlin and the Scottish Islands, Breen Oakwood, unspoilt blanket bog, standing stones, cairns and Glenariff Forest Park.

Hike or bike on Rathlin Island

Hiking the Giant Causeway Coastal Route

Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge on the Causeway Coast

The Giant Causeway coast with its rugged and windswept cliffs, gorgeous scenery and unspoilt beaches is best known for the hexagonal basalt columns. But there are many exciting and beautiful places to visit while hiking along this coastline, for instance, the cliffs of Torr Head, Fair Head and Benbane Head, the vanishing lake of Loughareema and the fishermen’s rope bridge across to Carrickarede Island.