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September 2017

Glenarm Walking Festival

Location

Glenarm

Dates
Sep
30

to

Oct
1
Time

09:00 to 17:00

Price

£5.00  (Convert)

Varies depending on walk from £5 - £10

About the Event

Glenarm Walk Leaders extend a very warm welcome to walkers of all levels of fitness and interests to our annual walking festival. You can choose walks from a mix of mountains, deserted villages, private lands, nature reserves, river, coastline, historic village and the Glenarm Estate, ancestral home to the Mc Donnell family, Earls of Antrim.

Saturday Events

Antrim Hills – Glenarm Village via Ulster Wildlife Reserve. Grade A Walk (6 hours). Registration 10am - £10.

Feystown through Antrim Estate. Grade B Walk (3-3.5 hours). Registration 1pm - £8.

Photographic or Village/Coastal Ramble. Grade B Walk (2 hours). Registration 2pm - £5.

Nautical Skills Workshop (Non walking). This is a free activity supported by Heart of Glens Landscape Partnership Scheme. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Sunday Events

Galboly Hidden Village to Glenarm. Grade A Walk (5.5 - 6 hours). Registration 9:30am - £10

Antrim Hills to Cairncastle. Grade B Walk (2.5 - 3 hours). Registration 2pm - £8.

What to Bring

Sensible walking attire

Contact and Booking

Glenarm Tourism:

Call: +44 (0)28 2884 1087

Email: info @glenarmtourism.org

Events can be booked online through the link below.

For more information about Glenarm Walking Festival, click here.

Contact Us
Our Website

Glenarm Tourism Guided Walks

17 New Road Glenarm Ballymena
+44(0)28 2884 1087

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