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Causeway Coast Way, Antrim

Badger Rating 3.0/5
Portstewart to Ballycastle along the 33-mile waymarked way, part of The Ulster Way. Lots of twisting singletrack, and more climbing than you would imagine. Superb scenery and great fun.

Getting There

Park in either Portstewart (the trail starts on the right just before you get onto the sand at Portstewart Strand) or in Ballycastle, or indeed any point in between.

Trail Description

This route is one of the best routes in Ireland, taking in 33 miles of rocky coast-line, the Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, beaches, cliff-top paths, Dunluce Castle, villages and natural rock arches.

Part of the route is used for the annual Causeway Coast Marathon, now widely acknowledged as one of the finest off-road marathons in the world.

Detailed information, including marked and printable maps, is on the WalkNI Ulster Way website.


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NOTE: The trails on this site have been ridden before, but you should not interpret their inclusion as an indication that mountain-biking is officially sanctioned on them. Seeking permission from landowners is your own responsibility, as is conducting yourself in a manner that is courteous, respectful to the environment, and conscious of the safety of others.