Traversing lush coastlines, rugged mountains, and everything in between, the Ulster-Ireland section of the International Appalachian Trail (IAT) takes hikers on a tour through some of the most stunning landscapes in the country.
The section’s governing body was established in 2011, and since then the organization has worked towards constructing this 279-mile trail, which runs from west Donegal in the Republic of Ireland to Larne, Co. Antrim in Northern Ireland. …The Trek
- Established 2011.
- Ireland’s only coast-to-coast hike
- average 24 – 30 days
- section hiking is popular
- Slieve League Mountain, one of Europe’s highest cliffs
- Giant’s Causeway Coast
Official website – IATUlsterIreland.com
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