Time  7 hours 38 minutes

Coordinates 3032

Uploaded August 24, 2018

Recorded August 2018

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near Ballintoy, Northern Ireland (United Kingdom)

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The route begins at the bus stop 402 (or 172) to go to the Carrick-a-Rede bridge (www.nationaltrust.org.uk/carrick- -rede). If you want to spend, you must pay an entry of £ 8.

The route continues along the coast through Ballintoy Harbor, White Park Bay, Dunseverick Harbor, or Dunseverick Castle. The route alternates paths on top of cliffs with sections by means of beaches.

Just before reaching the Giant's Causeway, you descend from the cliff up to the coast by stairs. Unlike the rest of the route, this last section is usually full of people, especially in the summer.

The route finishes in the town of Bushmills, which is reached by the train track that goes from the visitors center of the Giant's Causeway to the entrance of the town and that crosses a golf course.

Related route: https://es.wikiloc.com/rutes-senderisme/causeway-coast-way-from-bushmills-to-portrush-27997816

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