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MosesWarrenpoint wrote a review Sep 2020
Warrenpoint14 contributions3 helpful votes
Lovely walk with waterfalls up to entrance to Marble Arch caves reception area. It was a steady incline with some steps. Very welcoming cuppa and tray bakes in the caves reception.
Date of experience: September 2020
Dee F wrote a review Aug 2020
We did this walk yesterday, as a guided tour from the Marbel Arch caves visitor center. The tour was called, 'Unlocking the Hidden Worlds of the Cladagh Glen guided walk' It was brilliant, our tour Guide Ian, talked us through the foliage and Fauna, the geology of the area, the fallen caves and how Neolithic man could have made mistakes with their thinking, the tour was fascinating. We ended up at a waterfall, which was amazing, great photos, great day out for family and well worth the few bob. Had we not come across this tour online, we would have missed out on all added information to the walk. Our experience was very much enhanced by booking this tour.…
Date of experience: August 2020
flora wrote a review Jul 2020
52 contributions18 helpful votes
This is a beautiful walk, very clean and well kept. Stunning scenery! We went from the main road up to the marble arch cave visitor centre where there are WC facilities, picnic facilities and cafe. Great walk for young children, few steps up so not suitable for pram.
Date of experience: July 2020
Drumraine wrote a review Sep 2019
Ireland218 contributions166 helpful votes
Appropriate for young and old, on your own or with friends. Always lovely. Can be tough in stormy weather so dress accordingly especially footwear.
Date of experience: September 2019
Charles B wrote a review Jul 2019
Nettleham, United Kingdom119 contributions42 helpful votes
We took our dog for a walk and found this fantastic walk, we could have walked all the way to a National Trust property, but enjoyed the wooded area so much we retraced our steps through the glen
Date of experience: July 2019