International Appalachian Trail
The Ulster ~Ireland Chapter of the International Appalachian Trail was established in 2011.
The trail is in the province of Ulster in Ireland and runs from west Donegal in the Republic of Ireland to Larne, Co. Antrim in Northern Ireland. The route starts at the spectacular Slieve League mountain and passes through the Blue Stack Mountains in Co Donegal then crosses into Northern Ireland. Here it picks up the Ulster Way where it passes the Giant’s Causeway, the stunning northern coastline before traversing the Glens of Antrim.
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|Distance||42 miles (68 km)|
Start the IAT Ulster~Ireland in style along Ireland's wild Atlantic West Coast
|Distance||10 miles (16 km)|
Link Section from Castlerock to Portstewart
|Distance||33 miles (52 km)|
An exhilarating route along the most celebrated stretch of coastline in Northern Ireland.
|Distance||37.5 miles (60 km)|
A series of mountain joining the high Sperrins to the north coast
|Distance||14 (23 km)|
Featuring expansive panoramas and challenging climbs, this route traverses cliffs, moorland and country tracks before leading to the port town of Larne.
|Distance||34 miles (55 km)|
Enjoy views of the Bluestack Mountains before crossing into Northern Ireland and through Killeter Forest
|Distance||23 miles (37 km)|
Passing through the Sperrin Mountains - the largest area of upland in Northern Ireland.
|Distance||36 miles (58 km)|
Quiet country roads, open hillside and forest parks to be enjoyed on this section
|Distance||9 miles (14 km)|
Short on road section offering some fantastic views
|Distance||27 miles (43 km)|
Passes through the heart of the world-famous Glens of Antrim
|Distance||32.5 miles (52 km)|
Offering a poor weather alternative to Moyle Way