Causeway Coast on foot

Exploring the Causeway Coast on Foot

From table-top mountains to forest parks, beach and cliff walks, the Causeway Coastal route has an abundance of breath-taking walking routes.

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5 Action-Packed Rainy Day Activities in Northern Ireland

Don't let a bit of bad weather curb your adventures. Here are 5 fun filled things you can do when it rains in Northern Ireland.

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8 of the Best Places to Re-Fuel along the Mourne Coastal Route

We've gathered up a list of the best restaurants along the Mourne Coastal Route that will satisfy any craving and will be sure to fuel your next expedition.

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11 Coffee Shops in Belfast You Need to Visit

From not-for-profits to hipster coffee joints, Belfast's cafe scene is pretty darn impressive.

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5 of the Best Wild Swimming Spots Along the Mourne Coastal Route

There are a plethora of stunning wild swimming spots along the Mourne Coastal Route. From coastal beaches to rivers and lakes, it really has it all.

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9 of the Best Hikes in the Mourne Mountains

From family-friendly walks to strenuous climbs, the Mourne Mountains play host to some of the most fantastic hikes in Ireland.

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Hike of the Week: Torc Mountain

Located 7km from Killarney, Torc Mountain rises from the shores of Muckross lake to grant those that summit the 535m peak, 360 views of Killarney and The Reeks. 

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Trail of the Week: Galtymore and Cush Mountain Loop

Want to conquer the highest peak in two counties in one shot? Here is everything you need to know about the Galtymore and Cush mountain loop.

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Hike of the Week: Camaderry Mountain, Co Wicklow

Set in the picturesque surroundings of Glendalough, Camaderry is a quieter but equally as beautiful alternative to the Spinc. 

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Hike of the Week: Brandon Hill Loop, Co Kilkenny

This 19km hike will bring you from Graiguenamanagh to Brandon Hill, Kilkenny's highest peak. Enjoy a dip in the Barrow at the end of your hike.

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