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The East Antrim Rambling Club, founded in 1979, organises a programme of walks every Sunday throughout the year, Summer and Winter. Wednesday morning walks also take place two or three times each month with some additional walks in the summer months.

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Sunday Walks – June - July 2024
This is a summary of the walks in the next few weeks. The full Sunday programme with contact details is available here





IMP (interim meeting point)

WALK MEETING POINT (ordnance survey grid ref, OS sheet number)


(distance, elevation if over 200 metres, nature of terrain, useful information)

2nd June

Seaford,Clough and Drundrum


Seaford Village

Travelling from Belfast when entering Seaford take first right sign posted for Dromara. Park along this road.


Circular walk.

Mostly country lanes and some road walking.

Can be done in trainers/walking shoes

9th June

Kearney,Co Down


Kearney National Trust car park (free)

BT23 1GF signposted from Cloughy and Portaferry

J648524 Sheet 21


6-8 Miles

Walking North and South on coastal paths and rocky shores(poles advised) possibility to drive to a further stop at St Cooeys well and walk Ballyquintin farm (NT)

16th June

Father’s Day- No Walk

23rd June

Causeway Coast

Benone-Castlerock (A to B)


Meeting at car parking area at the beach in Castlerock to leave half the cars (point B).  This parking area begins just after the public toilets and extends along the beach front. No more than 2 persons per car to point B.


8 Miles approx.

A mixture of beach, road and grassy track. The walk on the beach at Benone involves crossing over 3 small streams.  These come from Downhill cliffs and near the sea they dissipate and should be easily crossed.  However if there’s has been recent heavy rain/or tide is not as low as expected, this might be difficult.  I suggest we will bring a small towel and be prepared for a paddle!

30th June

7th July

Whitepark Bay,Balintoy Harbour and Larrtbane harbour


Layby on A6 to Templepatrick

Whitepark Bay

7-8 Miles

Steps, paths, sandy and pebbly beach, some rock to scramble over (or alternatively can go over headland-short but steep ascent/decent).

14th July

Bank Holiday Weekend- No Walk



Wednesday walks June - July 2024
The full Wednesday programme with contact details is available here.
Walks begin at the designated meeting point at 10:30am.
Anyone with a query about the start point should contact the walk leader.


Details of Walk

29 May

Lurgan Park. Meet at Lanyon Station (Departure Platform) for 10.04 train to Portadown arriving Lurgan at 10:52. Connecting trains from Whitehead 09:15, Carrickfergus 09:24, Jordanstown 09:36, Whiteabbey 09:39 arr. Lanyon 09:50: from Mossley West 9:26 arr. Lanyon 09:41.

There will be an option to have lunch at Brownlow House.

Return trains from Lurgan to Lanyon xx22 and xx52. 

5 June

Minnowburn to Giant’s Ring. Meet Minnowburn Carpark J325685

19 June

Portrush: West Strand - Harbour - Ramore Head - Arcadia.

9.33am train from Mossley West arrives Portrush 10.57am.

Return train from Portrush: xx 43.

3 July

Quolie Reservoirs 5 mins from Broughshane. Meet at Ballyclare Leisure centre 10.00 leaving 10.05.   Car share is a must only room for 3 cars at reservoirs.   The walk is on tarmac 4.1/2 miles.   Bring a snack or eat at The Thatch in Broughshane.

17 July

Carnalea – Bangor. Travel by Train. 10:05 from GVS arrives Carnalea Station 10:42. Return trains from Bangor xx:25, xx:55

31 July

Cavehill. Meet at Upper Hightown Road Car Park




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