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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 and on Wednesday evenings from April to September.  Wednesday morning walks proceed two or three times each month from September to March.
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March 2019 - Sunday Walks






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)

10th March



Antrim Plateau


Glenarm to Carnlough


Sandyknowes Roundabout – hard shoulder on A6

9.15 am

Carnlough car park

(behind Spar)


D287182 Sheet 9

8 miles linear walk

Walking at the coast, then inland in hills finishing at Carnlough (includes tour of Glenarm)

Only 2 people per car to Carnlough (B) in order to drive others to start of walk in Glenarm (A)

15th March

CLUB’S 40TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER @ Corr’s Corner Hotel – details will follow

17th March



St Patrick’s Day walk


Carryduff shops

(Just beyond Eight South Restaurant)

9.45 am

Strangford village car park


J588497 Sheet 21

More information closer to date – also possibility of the traditional St Patrick’s Day Walk hosted by Lecale Walkers taking place that day or on Monday 18th

24th March

Ards Peninsula


Portaferry Heritage Trail


Exploris Car Park


J590510 Sheet 21

7 – 8 miles circular walk including historical tour of Portaferry plus Nugent’s Wood and Windmill Hill.

Trainers should be sufficient

31st March




Portmarnock to Malahide


Lanyon Place Station

(Central) Belfast


8.30 am for 9 am train to Dublin

Regroup in Connolly Station on arrival (approx. 11.15 am) to get the DART to Portmarnock  (20-25 mins)


Lunch on arrival  - packed lunch or local cafe

5 miles linear walk


Walking on road, grassy track, sand dunes and beach to Malahide.  Then a DART train back to Connolly station.


Belfast trains 4 pm and 7 pm



March 2019 - Wednesday Walks


Details of Walk


Helen’s Bay – Holywood. Travel by train to Helen’s Bay, from GVS 10:02, Central 10:12, arrives 10:33. Return from Holywood every half hour at XX:17 or XX:47.


Newtownabbey Way. Mossley to Hazelbank. Meet at Mossley West  Station. Return by bus from Shore Road.





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Sandyknowes Roundabout – hard shoulder on A6 (BT36 4RF)


9.30 am


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