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Glens of Antrim, Northern Ireland.


The magnificent Glenariff richly deserves the title "Queen of the Glens". One of nine glens, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Glenariff is a perfect U-cut glacial valley, whose rocky sides rise to a wild moorland.

Glenariff Forest Park, where the pictures opposite where taken, covers an area of 1185 ha and has walking trails, small lakes, recreation areas, and two small rivers the Inver and the Glenariff.

Further information is available at the Forest service and websites:

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Ess-na-laragh Waterfall

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Copyright 2004, Robert H Mayne, All rights reserved   

All photographs and graphics used in this document are copyright materials 2004