This walk has many steps. The steps meander up and down the sides of this moist valley to enable the walker to get good views of the waterfall. Dogs should be kept under the control of the owner.
Glenoe and Larne
Steep and possibly slippery
View of waterfall from bridge
From the car park, the path leads through trees. From here, there is a network of paths and steps which go in many directions across, up and down. The land is owned by The National Trust.
Bus route 170.
On the B99, 4 miles south of Larne.
Car park, Dairyside Stores on B99.
Larne Country Walks, Walk No 7.
See link below or contact Larne Tourist Information Centre (028) 2827 0088.
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