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With luck you will visit Slemish on a clear and dry day, in which case it is excellent and you will enjoy great views. On a wet and grey day it's still worth a visit but you won't be able to see nearly as far....More
It’s a bit of a climb, but the views are worth every step. North Ireland is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever visited. This hike has 2 approaches to reach the summit. One is more challenging than the other. The more gentle path...More
On a very cold St Patrick's Day I decided to tackle Slemish mountain just a few miles out from County Antrim village of Broughshane. Climbing Slemish mountain is a very popular thing to do every St Patrick's Day due to the legend of St Patrick...More
We take a ride to visit this well known place in Northern Ireland. Great for hiking, but risky for small children as may require climbing. The view is breath taking. And a fab picture spot for long memories of yours. Give it a chance, but...More
We climbed to the top with our dog and found the climb manageable and enjoyable. The views from the top are fantastic - out to the coast, the glens and across farmland. We found the descent tricky, especially with a dog on a lead, and...More
A beautiful location which was nice and quiet. The climb was moderately challenging but also enjoyable and well worth it once you got to the top. There are paths you can follow but these are not always obvious so watch out - I would not...More
We arrived unprepared on a whim trying to kill a few hours before our flight home. We had coats and reasonable footwear but no knowledge of the routes.
It was a rainy day and initially I decided to not try the ascent, worried we were...More
Parking and climb are free. Opens 24/7. Take care about proper footwear, it is extremely slippery, when wet. Not suitable for little kids (under 8-9) as there is no paved or pre made trail up to the pinnacle.