Go walkabout in Northern Ireland

Walkers on Divis and the Black Mountain

We look after 108 miles of Northern Ireland’s coastline and 46 square miles of countryside. So whether it’s an afternoon ramble with the dog, or a hiking adventure with friends, there’s always a special place to explore.

Free and easy

If you’re pushing a buggy, or simply want a soothing stroll, we’ve lots of trails that offer a gentle meander through awe-inspiring landscapes. Or you can take a longer walk through wild coast and countryside, clear the cobwebs and reward yourself with views that lift the soul.

Where to walk

Discover the veteran trees, woodland and riverside walks at The Argory, and marvel at the carpet of winter snowdrops.

Catch the breeze and go fly a kite at Downhill Demesne. Children will also love exploring the natural play trail.

Take the exhilarating rope bridge challenge at Carrick-a-Rede and enjoy fantastic views as far as the eye can see.

Spring is a great time to visit Rowallane Garden and Mount Stewart when the rhododendrons burst into colour.

Looking over Belfast, Divis and the Black Mountain is a haven for those seeking the wild countryside experience.

For an invigorating clifftop walk with unusual views, explore the basalt columns of the Giant’s Causeway.

Stretch your legs, and your imagination, and enjoy the great outdoors