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September 2017

Castlerock Walkfest 2017

Location

Castlerock

Date

Saturday, 9 September, 2017

Time

09:00

Price

£2.00  (Convert)

Walks from just £2

About the Event

Join us for a range of guided walks along the beautiful North Coast.

There are walks for all, including Hill Walks, Challenge Walks, History Walks, a Nordic Walk, a Family Walk and a Gentle Journey.

The Hill Walks and one of the Challenge Walks are on and around Binevanagh and the high Altikeeragh Bog both offering magnificent views of Inishowen, Lough Foyle, Magilligan and the North Coast. he other Challenge Walk (20Kms) is along the cliffs overlooking the Giant's Causeway and neighbouring bays, it runs from Portballintrae to Dunseverick and back.

Our History walks offer the story of Castlerock and/or that of Earl Bishop Hervey the man behind the North Coast Icon the Mussenden Temple.

The Family walk takes place in the Downhill Demesne and is led by an environmentalist who works with children. The Gentle Journey encourages those new to group walking to give it a try.

All walks of course are rewarded with tea and scones.

Each walk is priced as follows:

-Hill and Challenge walks £10

-Moderate walk £7

-History walks and Nordic walk £5

-Family walk £5 per family

- Gentle Journey £2

For more information see contacts below.

Contact and Booking

www.castlerockwalkfest.wordpress.com or Facebook page Castlerock WalkFest www.facebook.com/Castlerock-Walkfest or phone 0287084 9303

For more information about Castlerock Walkfest 2017, click here.

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