Knocklayde Mountain

Knocklayde Mountain stands at 514 meters high and dominates the landscape surrounding Ballycastle on the north Antrim coast.  It is the last of the rolling hills before the green terrain meets the sea and is in plain view of the surrounding countryside. Striking in appearance,  Knockladye's isolated exterior means it's accessible for most walkers. Photo … Continue reading Knocklayde Mountain

Sunrise stroll from East Strand to Whiterocks, finished by breakie at the Royal Court

One of the best hidden secrets on the North Coast is the morning sunrise. Usually only seen by an exclusive club of eager dog walkers, early fisherman and galloping horse riders, this majestic scene offers beauty and tranquility for those brave enough to get out of bed. Starting either at Portrush East Strand car park … Continue reading Sunrise stroll from East Strand to Whiterocks, finished by breakie at the Royal Court

Walk from Whitepark Bay to Portbradden, and have a coffee at the Bothy

Wrapped between two headlands on the North Coast of Northern Ireland, Whitepark Bay is a hidden gem amongst the touristy causeway path. Located 8 miles west of Ballycastle & 6 miles east of Bushmills, the beach is accessible by car, with a car-park located nearby.     Cascading dunes cloaked in grassland create a natural … Continue reading Walk from Whitepark Bay to Portbradden, and have a coffee at the Bothy