Glenone Riverside Walk

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Glenone Riverside Walk, known locally as ‘Fisherman’s Walk’, is a linear walk along a stretch of the River Bann.

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Glenone Riverside Walk



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County Antrim

Distance 2km

OS Map Sheet 8

Terrain Gravel path with some steep sections, there are no steps along the path.

Nearest Town Portglenone

Route Shape Linear

Grid Reference C 97259 03814

Route Type Riverside

The walk starts from the stone bridge on Main Street. Follow the gravel pathway on the Clady Road side of the bridge as it follows the line of the River Bann for 2km. This is a linear walk.

Swans, ducks, cootes and cormorants are regularly seen. There are abundant iridescent Kingfishers flitting along the bank sides and diving for minnows. Otters may also be seen. There are 89 angling stands along the bank and anglers are frequently seen bringing in their catch.

The walk can be accessed from the bridge on Main Street, Portglenone. Carpark for the walk is on the Ballymacombs Road, A54.

Translink – journeyplanner.translink.co.uk

Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead.

Parking on site. Amenities within the local area of Portglenone.