Causeway Coastal Walk

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Posted Mon 7 Nov 2022 9:40 PM
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Hello, 
We are planning to walk the trail next July 2023. We plan to travel from Scotland and leave our car in Cairnryan. 
We will get local transportation to the north coast and plan to walk a maximum distance of 15 km each day.
We would like to find out if there is a company who will transport our luggage from one overnight stop to the next one.

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Diana Kingsley 

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Posted Tue 8 Nov 2022 11:19 AM
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Hello Diana,

It's great to hear that you are planning a walking trip along the Causeway Coastal Way

There are some companies that have guided walking tours such as Walk Talk Ireland, Away a Wee Walk, and Hill Walk Tours who may be able to help with the arrangements for the trip and/or the luggage transfers.

There is an existing community post on walking the Causeway Coast that may be of interest, please feel free to check it out.

Hopefully, our members and industry partners can help out with some suggestions too.

How long do you plan on being with us for?
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Hi Diana,

The Causeway Coast Way is a truly great walk, taking in plenty of attractions and offering fabulous views.  Much of it is off road, winding its way along beaches and cliffs. Great to hear you're coming over from Scotland to complete it!

Local transport is well geared up to cater for people doing the walk.  There is a hop-on, hop-off bus that travels from Coleraine to Ballycastle, stopping off at many of the strategic places on the trail.  The number of the bus is 402/172 and you will be able to download the timetable from: https://www.translink.co.uk   

If you wish to commence the walk at Portstewart there is a local bus (number 140) that runs between Coleraine, Portstewart and Portrush.

Unfortunately I do not know of any companies locally that do luggage transfers apart from the likes of bespoke golf tours.  Might you consider using local taxi services?

For more information about the area please take a look at our web site: https://www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com  

I hope you have a great trip and if we can be of any further help please let us know.
Anne


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