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The Moyle Way runs from Ballycastle on the north coast to Glenariff Forest Park near the village of Waterfoot in the Glens of Antrim. The route passes through a great variety of scenery and reaches its high point near the summit of Trostan. The route is entirely within the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Traversing a landscape rich in geology, archaeology and wildlife the Moyle Way takes the walker through a land full of tales, myths and folklore.

Highlights include views to Rathlin and the Scottish Islands, Breen Oakwood (NNR), unspoilt blanket bog, standing stones, cairns and Glenariff Forest Park.

Glens of Antrim, North-east Antrim
Varied: including forestry tracks, country roads, farmland and hills, no formal path across open hillside, some parts wet and boggy. Stiles and footbridge present.
32km/20 miles
1-2 days
Ordnance Survey Discoverer Series (1:50,000)
Sheets 5 & 9
Ballycastle Tourist Information
TEL: +44 028 2076 2024
The Moyle Way
'An illustrated guide to walking the Moyle Way'. Available at Tourist information centres
Glenariff Forest Park
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