Self-Guided Walking - Ireland North
Antrim & Donegal
Sea cliffs, coastal paths, spectacular glens and valleys to wide open rolling countryside, all combine to make walking in the north and north-west of Ireland a walker’s wonderland.
Our walking tours take you from the Green Glens of Antrim to the enchanted Rathlin Island, just off the north east coast, the only inhabited offshore island in Northern Ireland, to the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge that links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrick-a-Rede, taking in the breath-taking scenery of the Causeway Coast and the Giant’s Causeway.
The Bluestack Way in Donegal takes you through some of the most remote areas of the north-west of Ireland. The trail connects the town of Donegal with the village of Kilcar in the west of the county, taking in some of the most outstanding scenery along the wild Atlantic coastline and visiting quaint villages like Glenties, Ardara and Glencolmcille. You will discover spectacular views at every turn of the trail in the magisterial Bluestack Mountains of Donegal.