Binevenagh is renowned for its impressive cliffs that provide a perfect alpine cliff ledge for many rare plants and mosses.
It is home also to a standing stone that has become known as the Finn MacCool Finger Stone, relating to the famous giant reputed to have lived in the area many years ago.
Accessed from Leighry Rd bewteen Bishop's Road and Duncrun Rd, just off the Causeway Coastal Route. Park on Leighrey Rd or alternatively follow signs to the summit of Binevenagh
The forest is being totally ruined by scrambler bikes!
Can they please be stopped before more damage is done especially
on the down path through the forest from the cliffs.
Once water starts flowing down the slope there will massive erosion!
I would appreciate feedback.
Many thanks for your feedback. We are a promotional body for the outdoor spaces and do not manage or maintain them however I have passed on your feedback to Forest Service who are responsible for the site.
Totally agree with Robert's comments above.
Where is the standing stone you refer to located exactly?
Many thanks for your comment. Please see downloadable map available on the right hand side of this page under the image gallery which shows the location of the standing stone (grid reference is C6918031460) located at the bottom of the cliff face.
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Location of Binevenagh Standing Stone
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