Causeway Coast Way

Causeway Coast Way

It combines well with a trip to the enchanting offshore island of Rathlin; the book also covers how to walk the more challenging Moyle Way - a 26-mile inland route that links up at Ballycastle.

Author: EOIN. REILLY

Publisher:

ISBN: 1898481938

Category:

Page: 72

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The unspoiled Causeway Coast of Antrim was one of Ireland's best-kept secrets until its glorious scenery and castles became familiar to fans of 'Game of Thrones'. The World Heritage Site of the Giant's Causeway shows intriguing geology and is best enjoyed on foot. The Causeway Coast Way offers 32 miles (51 km) of waymarked, easy-going walking with welcoming B&Bs and pubs at strategic intervals. It combines well with a trip to the enchanting offshore island of Rathlin; the book also covers how to walk the more challenging Moyle Way - a 26-mile inland route that links up at Ballycastle. This guidebook contains all that a walker needs to plan and enjoy their holiday, including route maps for Causeway Coast and Moyle Ways (1:35,000); concise, up-to-date directions for both routes; geology and legend of the Giant's Causeway; background on habitats and wildlife; feature on Rathlin Island, with map and walks; contact details for accommodation and transport; over 80 glorious colour photos; and is in rainproof, rucksack-friendly format.
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A Companion To The Causeway Coast Way

A Companion To The Causeway Coast Way

An easy to follow guide to walks and natural surroundings of the Causeway Coast.

Author: Philip S. Watson

Publisher:

ISBN: 0856407585

Category: Travel

Page: 119

View: 457

An easy to follow guide to walks and natural surroundings of the Causeway Coast.
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Lonely Planet Pocket Belfast the Causeway Coast

Lonely Planet Pocket Belfast   the Causeway Coast

The official Causeway Coast Way (www.walkni.com) stretches for 53km from
Portstewart to Ballycastle, but the most scenic section – the 16.5km between
Carrick-a-Rede and the Giant's Causeway – can be done in a day and offers one
of the ...

Author: Lonely Planet

Publisher: Lonely Planet

ISBN: 9781788687348

Category: Travel

Page:

View: 155

Lonely Planet's Pocket Belfast & the Causeway Coast is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore the coastline's clifftop paths; journey back in time at the incredible Titanic Belfast; and browse St George's Market. All with your trusted travel companion.
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Epic Hikes of the World

Epic Hikes of the World

... miles (62km) one way More info//www.northernterritory.com CAUSEWAY
COAST WAY, NORTHERN IRELAND Stepping out along a super storied section
of Ulster's jagged shores, the Causeway Coast Way draws a dramatic line
between ...

Author: Lonely Planet

Publisher: Lonely Planet

ISBN: 9781787019720

Category: Travel

Page: 327

View: 896

With stories of 50 incredible hiking routes in 30 countries, from New Zealand to Peru, plus a further 150 suggestions, Lonely Planet’s Epic Hikes of the World will inspire a lifetime of adventure on foot. From one-day jaunts and urban trails to month-long thru-hikes, cultural rambles and mountain expeditions, each journey shares one defining feature: being truly epic. In this follow-up to Epic Bike Rides and Epic Drives, we share our adventures on the world’s best treks and trails. Epic Hikes is organised by continent, with each route brought to life by a first-person account, beautiful photographs and charming illustrated maps. Additionally, each hike includes trip planning advice on how to get there, where to stay, what to pack and where to eat, as well as recommendations for three similar hikes in other regions of the world. Hikes featured include: Africa & the Middle East: Cape Town’s Three Peaks (South Africa) Kilimanjaro (Tanzania) Camp to Camp in South Luangwa National Park (Zambia) Americas: Angel’s Landing, Zion National Park (USA) Skyline Trail, Jasper National Park (Canada) Concepción volcano hike (Nicaragua) Asia: 88 Sacred Temples of Shikoku Pilgrimage (Japan) Markha Valley (India) Gubeikou to Jinshanling on the Great Wall (China) Europe: Wordsworth’s Backyard: Dove Cottage and around Rydal and Grasmere (UK) Alpine Pass Route (Switzerland) Camino de Santiago (Spain) Oceania: Sydney’s Seven Bridges Walk (Australia) The Routeburn Track (New Zealand) Kokoda Track (Papua New Guinea) About Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world’s number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we’ve printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers. You’ll also find our content online, on mobile, video and in 14 languages, 12 international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book may not contain all of the images found in the physical edition.
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The 50 Greatest Walks of the World

The 50 Greatest Walks of the World

CAUSEWAY COAST WAY Antrim, Northern Ireland Distance: 51 km Grade: Easy
Time: 2–3 days The Antrim coast is Northern Ireland's most celebrated coastline,
and the Causeway Coast Way that links the towns of Ballycastle and ...

Author: Barry Stone

Publisher: Icon Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781785780646

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 288

View: 946

Barry Stone, author of 1001 Walks You Must Experience Before You Die, delves into some of the lesser-known aspects of the world's most famous – and not-quite-famous-yet – trails. The perfect accompaniment to practical guidebooks, Stone relates how slings and carabiners kept him from falling headlong off the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and reports on the progress of the continental-wide monster, the Trans Canada Trail, gaps in which are still being filled by countless grass-roots communities. With walks that will appeal to everyone regardless of ability, The 50 Greatest Walks of the World includes British classics such as the Pennine Way, Offa's Dyke Path, and the Old Man of Hoy as well as personal favourites such as Italy's Cinque Terre Classic and the Isle of Skye's Trotternish Ridge, one of Britain's finest ridge traverses with almost 2,500m of ascents. Whether it's a climb, a stroll, or a life-changing slog, this book has the walk for you.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Moon Ireland

Moon Ireland

There is also something to be said for driving it westeast, however, since that way
you'll have an uninhibited view of the coast from the road. Got time—and a sturdy
pair of kicks? Go for the 10mile (16 km) Causeway Coast Way between ...

Author: Camille DeAngelis

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781631214219

Category: Travel

Page: 500

View: 249

Moon Travel Guides: Your World Your Way In its people, legends, and landscapes, Ireland is a living, breathing fairy-tale that ignites the imagination in a way few other places can. Explore the best of The Emerald Isle with Moon Ireland. Moon Ireland features: Curated trip advice for culture and history buffs, outdoor adventurers, foodies, honeymooners, and more, whether you're in Ireland for a few days or a few weeks Full color photos and detailed maps throughout Strategic itineraries for every budget, passion, and timeline, including: The Top 10 Irish Experiences, Sacred Sites and Pilgrimages, Can't-Miss-Castles, Sporting Ireland, Ghosts of Ancient Ireland, and Family Fun Firsthand perspective from Ireland expert, and lifelong lover of its culture, Camille DeAngelis Focused coverage of Dublin and its surroundings (including Meath, Louth, Wicklow, and Kildare), the Southeast, Cork, Kerry, Clare and Limerick, Galway, the Northwest, and Northern Ireland Honest advice on when to go, where to stay, and how to get around Unique ideas and can't-miss activities: Visit the Old Library at Trinity College for a look at the world's most famous manuscript, take a breathtaking scenic drive along the Ring of Kerry, or breathe in the misty magnificence of the Cliffs of Moher. Soak up the bohemian spirit of Galway City, view the historic murals of Belfast, or spend a day cycling the Burren in County Clare. Visit a 6th-century monastery, the enchanting Aran Islands, or one of countless picturesque castles. Sample the best traditional cuisine, and head to a pub to order up a pint and experience Ireland's rollicking folk music scene Accurate, up-to-date information including background on the country's history, landscape, government, and culture Handy tools such as common local expressions, a guide to Irish cuisine and beverages, tips for traveling with children or as a senior, and suggestions for LGBTQ+ travel With Moon Ireland's practical tips, myriad activities, and local insight on the best things to do and see, you can plan your trip your way.
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The Unofficial Guide to Ireland

The Unofficial Guide to Ireland

Spectacular coastal scenery, some of Europe's best cruising waters, and
windswept mountains are among the diverse, and ... THE CAUSEWAY COAST
WAY A well-maintained and well-used walking path follows the Causeway Coast
for 52 ...

Author: Stephen Brewer

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470285688

Category: Travel

Page: 448

View: 185

Providing a sensible, objective, consumer's guide to travel, these easy-to-use travel handbooks provide useful evaluations of local hotels, attractions, and restaurants in all price ranges, honest advice on local attractions that are worth the time and money, detailed maps, tips on special events and festivals, and extensive information on local shopping, sports, nightlife, and other activities.
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The Giant s Causeway and the North Antrim Coast

The Giant s Causeway and the North Antrim Coast

CAUSE WAY COAST TOUR • The walk is approximately 32km ( 20 miles )
Ballintoy Girona Wreck Benbane Head Sheep ... I N B66 Causeway Coast Path
Roads Cliffs Recommended stop points Information Centre Car Park Viewpoint
Castle ...

Author: Philip S. Watson

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105028876972

Category: History

Page: 96

View: 293

The definitive guide to one of Ireland's most fascinating natural and cultural wonders. The Giant's Causeway is a place where myth and science meet. Were the spectacular basalt columns formed through the rapid cooling of lava from an underwater volcano, or created by mythical Irish giant, Finn MacCool? For centuries visitors have explored the causeway's unique rock formations. Today the Giant's Causeway is one of Ireland's most popular attractions, with three-quarters of a million tourists each year from all over the world. This book takes the reader on an illustrated tour of this unique place. With a wealth of recent research into the landscape, history, folklore, wildlife and the underwater world, it includes walks and driving routes through the beautiful surrounding north Antrim coast.
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Ingenious Ireland

Ingenious Ireland

The Antrim zeolites are world famous among geologists , and they can be seen
many of the county's basalt quarries ... feat - or simply enjoy varied scenery , then
the coast road is a must , as well as a natural prelude to the Causeway Coast .

Author: Mary L. Mulvihill

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0684020947

Category: History

Page: 496

View: 922

Ingenious Ireland takes readers on a magnificent tour of the country's natural wonders, clever inventions, and historic sites. Richly illustrated and meticulously compiled, Ingenious Ireland introduces readers to the complete history, culture, and landscape of all thirty-two Irish counties. Mary Mulvihill unearths Ireland's treasures and divulges her secrets, such as the oldest fossil footprints in the Northern hemisphere, the advent of railways, the invention of milk of magnesia, and why the shamrock is a sham. Fascinating and comprehensive, Ingenious Ireland unravels the mysteries and marvels of this remarkable country.
Categories: History

Walking in Ireland

Walking in Ireland

Author: Sandra Bardwell

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105131949690

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 368

View: 404

Gentle mountains, rugged ridges, wild moorlands, spectacular sea cliffs, remote islands, warm hospitality and the infamous Irish weather - all are part of the wonderful experience that is walking in Ireland. So pack your boots, grab this guide and go! 85 detailed walk descriptions in the Republic and Northern Ireland. Comprehensive coverage of the Wicklow Way and highlights of Ireland's 38 other Waymarked Ways. Two-color contour maps for all described walks. Special sections on wildlife, climate and Gaelic place names. Practical information about equipment, transport, accommodation, restaurants and pubs.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Hand Book for Travellers in Ireland

Hand Book for Travellers in Ireland

156 1197 68 ) Carrickfergus , 31 Larne , by Road , 12 587 Glenarm , 145 ) 421
Carnlough , 23 148 Cushendall , 101 1587 294 Cushendun , 1621 251
Ballycastle , 12 1745 131 Giant ' s Causeway , 131 | 1877 Tourists visiting the
Antrim coast ...

Author: James Fraser

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105034404835

Category: Ireland

Page: 727

View: 277

Categories: Ireland

Causeway Coast

Causeway Coast

THE CAUSEWAY COAST coast is also popular among holidaymakers and
daytrippers from within Northern Ireland . ... The National Trust has also made a
substantial contribution to longer footpaths in the construction of the North Coast
Path .

Author: Great Britain. Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland. Countryside & Wildlife Branch

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105043328116

Category: Conservation of natural resources

Page: 44

View: 807

Categories: Conservation of natural resources

Ireland

Ireland

Author: Michelin Travel Publications (Firm)

Publisher: Michelin Travel Publications

ISBN: 2061007287

Category: Travel

Page: 485

View: 836

Whether travelling for business or pleasure, your annual holiday or just a weekend, take this book along with you and discover for yourself the delights of this country. Includes a principal sights map, practical points and lots of suggestions, an illustrated introduction to the local culture and lifestyle, details of selected towns and more.
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A Geological Excursion Guide to the Causeway Coast

A Geological Excursion Guide to the Causeway Coast

Causeway with similar structures he had observed in the Auvergne district of
central France which were clearly the result of ... 4 , shows the distribution of the
main rock Coast Road , but in north Antrim they appear mainly 5 The geology of
the ...

Author: Paul Lyle

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105020453333

Category: Formations (Geology)

Page: 90

View: 290

Categories: Formations (Geology)

Classic Landforms of the Antrim Coast

Classic Landforms of the Antrim Coast

THE GIANT'S CAUSEWAY Access The arrival point for most visitors to the
Causeway Coast is the Causeway by minibus ... The best way to view the
Causeway Coast is to walk westwards along the cliff top path from the ruins of
Dunseverick ...

Author: Bernard Smith

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105112311811

Category: Landforms

Page: 52

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The Bookseller

The Bookseller

Monthly from May to October . way : Round the Antrim Coast ; Round Glengariff :
Cork 1. Watson Lyall . IS . to Killarney ; Round Dublin : Angling Resorts , & c .;
Watery Wanderings mid Western Lochs . By T. H. Mourne Mountains ; The Irish ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433089986891

Category: Bibliography

Page:

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Categories: Bibliography

Bookseller

Bookseller

Montbly from May to October . way : Round ihe Antrim Coast ; Round Glengariff :
Cork 1 3. Watson Lyall . 15 . to Killarney ; Round Dublin : Angling Resorts , & c . ; į
Watery Wanderings mid Western Lochs . By T. H. Mourne Mountains ; The Irish ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015039315562

Category: Bibliography

Page:

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Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.
Categories: Bibliography

A guide to the Giant s Causeway and the north east coast of Antrim

A guide to the Giant s Causeway and the north east coast of     Antrim

The high or western road is exposed , rugged , and hilly for a great part of the
way , but the character of the scenery all along is bold and magnificent . The view
of the town of Carrick - Fergus , with its castle and spire ; the coast of Down ...

Author: George Newenham Wright

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:591073810

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Page:

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Irish Pictures

Irish Pictures

Richard Lovett. and the beautiful way in which they are grouped. The ladies' chair
, the fan, ... But we must push on, and follow the road along the The Horizontal
Formation, Giant's Causeway. coast to Lame. Just Causeway can show, but that
is ...

Author: Richard Lovett

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105023598936

Category: Ireland

Page: 223

View: 556

Categories: Ireland

A Guide to the Giants Causeway and the North east Coast of the County of Antrim

A Guide to the Giants Causeway  and the North east Coast of the County of Antrim

The high or western road is exposed , rugged , and hilly for a great part of the
way , but the character of the scenery all along is bold and magnificent . The view
of the town of Carrick - Fergus , with its castle and spire ; the coast of Down ...

Author: George Newenham Wright

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433071382927

Category: Antrim (Northern Ireland : County)

Page: 134

View: 203

Categories: Antrim (Northern Ireland : County)