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The Giants Causeway Coastal Route Tour is now available

17 November 2017

Discover the Giants Causeway and Sandy Beaches of Northern Ireland

Twenty seven miles of some of the best continuous coastal views in Europe are available on foot along the North Ireland Causeway Coast Way. Given how extraordinarily beautiful it is, it is remarkably underused and relatively unknown.... at the moment. In addition to the stunning hiking, the route is jammed packed with famous sites and attractions from the Dunluce Castle, Bushmills, the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery, the Giant’s Causeway a UNESCO World Heritage site, a geological wonder to behold of 40,000 honey-combed shaped rocks, some of the best cliff views in Europe, hidden bays and coves, Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge and Rathlin Island. Irish bed and breakfast guest houses. After a day hiking you’ll be able to enjoy a host of local restaurants and authentic Irish pubs to award winning beach property restaurants. These are independent hikes so you can start any day of the year. You walk at your own pace and stop when you want. No waiting for others to catch-up or feel you have to rush ahead.

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I was planning to call this AM but decided to send a preliminary note beforehand. I wonder if you remember us? We have had several wonderful trips (thanks to you) in England and Scotland and we were fortunate to meet you in Edinburgh in 2002 when we were walking with our sons, Tom and Andy. And so we are planning another walk for May, this time with just Andy. We want to repeat 3 of our days along the southwest Coastal Path. Andy will be giving a paper at Exeter on May 19th and then will be giving it again in London on the 24th. He mentioned that he would like to spend the three days between talks, walking along the Coastal Path and he asked if we might join him. Now we loved that trip so much so we said "yes" and now I am checking with you. We thought we would start in Minehead and end at Woody Bay. How does this sound?

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Libby, George, Tom & Andy from Frederick, Marland
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