Join in Slieveanorra half day ramble

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Join Rachel Bain (Biodiversity Officer) and Sonya Crawford (Countryside Access Officer) of Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council for an event offering the enthusiastic rambler an opportunity to undertake some 6-8 miles of hill walking within the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Slieveanorra Half Day Ramble takes places on Saturday 19 September from 11am-4pm and is free of charge.

The route includes a section of The Moyle Way and passes close to Slieveanorra Forest Nature Reserve.

There will be the opportunity to ascend to the summit of Slieveanorra itself (508 metres) to appreciate the panoramic views (weather permitting!).

All walkers should bring a packed lunch and warm, waterproof clothing.

Not suitable for young children.

Distance: Approximately 6-8 miles.

Surface: Open heath/ moorland, forest and country roads

Fitness required: Moderate to good.

Gradient: Some steep hill ascents

Footwear: Walking boots or ”wellies” essential.

Assembly point: Anglers Car Park, Altnahinch Road, Loughguile at 11am.

For further information contact:

Sonya Crawford, Countryside Access Officer, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Riada House, 14 Charles Street, Ballymoney, BT53 6DZ.

Hours: Monday - Thursday in the mornings.

Telephone: (028) 276 60236

Mobile: 07793874621

Email: sonya.crawford@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk

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