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The Gobbins is a dramatic, two-mile-long cliff-face path which includes spectacular tubular and suspension bridges, a staircase, caves and tunnels carved through the rock. A fully accessible cliff-top path will provide breathtaking views of the...more
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This 2.5 hour guided hike along the cliffs of eastern Ireland is spectacular. It was reasonably priced and only a 30 minute drive from Belfast. If you enjoy the outdoors and great scenery with a little history and craic town in don't miss this tour.
To walk The Gobbins, it can only be done via a guided tour from the visitor centre. It is advised to pre-book and make sure that you bring the appropriate clothing and most importantly the footwear as it is a strenuous walk with challenges for...More
Great morning spent walking ‘The Gobbins’. Our guide was friendly and informative, he explained the geology of the area of the tour and surrounding area, history and a few tales.
Some people have mentioned in reviews that they had to hire hiking boots for the...More
Such a cool thing to do if you up for a different experience. Graham was our guide and was awesome. His excitement about showing his guests the amazing views of this cliff side walk was contagious and inspiring. Definitely be prepared with good hiking shoes...More
What a great family day made very special by a very talented tour guide Gerard! The walk was brilliant and the scenery was breathtaking. The weather was crisp but dry and the Lough was calm but this walk would have been equally beautiful in any...More
When researching for our 10 day trip to Ireland & Northern Ireland, I came across a blog post someone had written about things to do on the Antrim Coast which included information on The Gobbins path, but otherwise, I'm not sure I would have ever...More
Robert was our guide. The weather was awful but it didn't hinder our enjoyment. We saw porpoise and a seal as well as the birdlife. The most challenging part is the uphill climb at the end but taken slowly it's achievable!
Thrilling walk in October along the gobbins accompanied by Olwen who was a brilliant and informative host! The history was fascinating, especially about the galley view of the titanic and the info about rock formation.
Really enjoyed the rough sea in October which was a...More
We wanted to say how much we enjoyed it and how brilliant our guide Olwen was. Very informative and helpful throughout our tour. Thank you for letting us take our time to walk around, take pictures and absorb everything in. The centre was also fantastic!...More
The Gobbins cliff path ranks as one of the highlights of our trip to Northern Ireland this past May. We booked well in advance and are glad we did so. The guides are very strict about footwear, a fact bemoaned by many, but it's really...More