Cushendall Hills Walk
Aug 17 2014
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This is a challenging new walk up Tievebulliagh mountain at Cushendall, famous for its stone age ...
This is a challenging new walk up Tievebulliagh mountain at Cushendall, famous for its stone age axes which have been found all over Ireland
and as far south as Kent in England. Our Wildlife Guide may spot Peregrine Falcons, Buzzards, Butterflies and Orchids.
Register at Tourist Office, The Bridge, GLENARM at 2.00pm or roadside lay-by at the bottom of Gaults Road near Cushendall at 2.30pm.
Trained walk leaders accompany all of the walks, and are equipped with drinks, first aid kits, mobile phones, map and compass. On the first occasion you register with us, you will be required to complete a simple health questionnaire.
Walks are graded to indicate the length, degree of challenge and level of fitness involved.
GRADE A are hill or mountain walks, often part wetland with steep inclines and descents. Walking boots must be worn on all Grade A walks or participation will be refused. Walking sticks or poles are also recommended on these walks.
On all walks, warm waterproof clothing should be worn during older weather, and light loose clothing with a hat or visor is advisable in strong sunshine. All young people under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and dogs are not permitted on any walks.
In the interest of disease control of trees, animals and farmland, the organising committee and walk leaders will observe all Departmental Regulations and walkers must comply with preventative measures in place. The organising committee/walk leaders reserve the right to cancel or alter the route due to unforeseen circumstances or refuse admittance to anyone thought to be unsuitable for any walk.