Action Cancer has launch its Giant’s Walk which is due to take place next month.
The picturesque Giant’s Walk, which is now in its 12th year, follows a stunning route along the Causeway coastal paths.
The walk , which will be held on Saturday, September 6, starts off from the award winning Giant’s Causeway Visitors centre along the Causeway finishing at the Carrick-a-Rede rope-bridge.
The route is just over 10 miles and passes along a fabulous coastal route, walking via landmark sites including the beautiful sandy beach at Whitepark Bay, Dunserverick Harbour which is still used by fishermen today and then continues through Ballintoy Harbour with it’s beautiful church. There are some challenging pathways but what a fabulous view! Every twist and turn in the path revealing spectacular new scenery. The half way point at Dunseverick castle is a welcome site and the perfect picnic spot for a well deserved lunch break!
The walk will start at 10am with registration open from 9.15am. There will be free car parking facilities at Carrick-a-rede rope bridge (Quarry Car Park) and a bus will transport walkers from there to the beginning of the route.
Event Organiser Lucy McCusker said, ‘This is a brilliant opportunity to get out in the sunshine, meet new people, breathe in some north coast sea air and help support your local cancer charity.
Register at www.actioncancer.org/Fundraising/Giants-Walk for just £10 and then simply try to raise as much sponsorship as you can, there is no minimum target attached, we just ask you to do what you can.
Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration pack.