Binevenagh Mountain, part of the Causeway Coastal Route lays between the Causeway and the maiden city of Londonderry.
With spectacular scenery over North Antrim, the Sperrin Mountains, Donegal and on a clear day as far as the Islands of Isay and Jura on the West Coast of Scotland.
This renowned landscape is simply breath-taking and visitors can get to explore its beauty through an off the beaten path experience lead by Heather a local girl who grew up at the foot of Binevenagh Mountain.
Walking boots at the ready, take a deep breath and venture into the unknown to experience the Binevenagh area in all its glory, on a guided tour along the hidden trails only known to locals.
This unique Adventure will let you experience the Binevenagh area. Heather will share her local knowledge of the land she loves as you walk along.
Tales of the myths and legends will be offered along the way. Take in the breath-taking panoramic views which you can see for miles around. It’s a land filled with so much magic it is sure to ignite your soul.
Search for those new horizons, venture off the beaten tracks, and be completely immersed in this truly unforgettable experience.
Extra treats can be added on request:
– The Chocolate Manor Hot Chocolate – £10 per person
– Cheese board, chutney, crackers & lemonade all locally sourced from Marshall Howe in Limavady – £20 per person
*Email to add these onto your booking!*
Duration: 3 Hours
Explore the Causeway Coastal Route
The rugged, dramatic coastline will take your breath away from the moment you begin this journey, the natural beauty of the Causeway Coastal Route will truly capture your imagination with each step you take.
The sheer beauty of this landscape is filled with so many mythical stories, it really does rival anywhere else on this planet and of course not forgetting the locals along the way who will always give you a warm northern Irish welcome.
Hike this spectacular coastline as I guide you along my favourite part of this route from the small tranquil harbour at Portbradden to the iconic landmark at The Giants Causeway
Distance – 6.87miles
Duration – 3 Hours Walking
Level – A good level of fitness is required
Price £50 per person (includes transport)
Day Trips Include:
– Guided hike along the Causeway Coast
– Pick Up Point – Limavady, Coleraine & Bushmills
– Private transfers can be arranged on request (extra cost may apply)
– Private day trips can be arranged to cover different routes along the Causeway Coastal route. The length of tours can be adapted to suit your needs
Minimum of 8 people are required for this tour to run.
**Private bookings can be arranged on request**