Breen Oakwood and Moyle Way Trail
The Breen Oakwood and Moyle Way Trail is a pleasant journey in County Antrim, Northern Ireland that will lead you through some undulating forest terrain. While out walking the trail, you will explore a beautiful stretch of woodland landscape and climb up the lower slopes of Croaghan for some nice views of the surrounding area. Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes for this route, as there is a variety of terrain along the route.
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Route Description for Breen Oakwood and Moyle Way Trail
If you are looking for a bit of variety on your walk in terms of terrain, then you should definitely explore the Breen Oakwood and Moyle Way Trail. This fun route will see you traverse a nice mixture of surfaced trails, forest pathways, and boggy landscape, while offering views of the surrounding woodlands and hillside.
Setting out from the trailhead, you will head to the southeast along the road as it passes in between to sections of forest. After following the trail around the edge of the wood, you will cross over a stream and begin making your way up the steep forested hillside.
As you loop through the area, you will pass through beautiful mature trees and swathes of open bog that will open up the views to include the surrounding area. Reaching the southwesternmost point of the route, you will turn to the north and follow the path downhill, once again making your way through the forest on the return to the trailhead where you started.
Getting to the Breen Oakwood and Moyle Way Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Breen Oakwood and Moyle Way Trail can be found 6.0 km east of Armoy, along Glenshesk Road.
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