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Author Topic: Clandeboye Way 31.08.18  (Read 1256 times)

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Re: Clandeboye Way 31.08.18
« Reply #15 on: September 12, 2018 »

Nice one Yak but I could'nt even manage the .2 km lol ;D ;D ;)
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Re: Clandeboye Way 31.08.18
« Reply #16 on: September 12, 2018 »

Brilliant Yak.  Just goes to show the adventure that awaits, even within greater Belfast.  I did that part of the walk from Ballygilbert to Conlig a few years ago and really enjoyed it.
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Re: Clandeboye Way 31.08.18
« Reply #17 on: September 13, 2018 »

Nice one Yak but I could'nt even manage the .2 km lol ;D ;D ;)

It was a tranquil dander Torp, I was busted after 0.3 kms :)

Brilliant Yak.  Just goes to show the adventure that awaits, even within greater Belfast.  I did that part of the walk from Ballygilbert to Conlig a few years ago and really enjoyed it.

Thanks G, it's great that it's only a 15 min train ride away as well. I've never walked along the North Down Coast so it was interesting seeing Belfast from a different view-point. It's such an enjoyable route, I'd happily walk it again but head off into Cairn Wood next time.
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Re: Clandeboye Way 31.08.18
« Reply #18 on: October 04, 2018 »

Hi Folks
Just read these posts and might try Helens Tower area for a wee over nighter, I am in Bangor so its dead handy, I am fairly new on here and have to say you can pick up lots of good info, cheers   
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Re: Clandeboye Way 31.08.18
« Reply #19 on: October 04, 2018 »

There's some great little places you'll find around the forest to pitch up. Have a good one and lets us know how you get on.

Hi Folks
Just read these posts and might try Helens Tower area for a wee over nighter, I am in Bangor so its dead handy, I am fairly new on here and have to say you can pick up lots of good info, cheers
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Re: Clandeboye Way 31.08.18
« Reply #20 on: October 04, 2018 »

Thanks Yak will get back let you know how it goes, I have just come back from doing the Hadrians Wall Walk which was really good, but I am a bit of a history and geek!!! And we were dead lucky with the weather which always helps, I would recommend it to anyone though the middle sections are by far the best  :)
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Re: Clandeboye Way 31.08.18
« Reply #21 on: October 08, 2018 »

Good stuff qos, Hadrian's Wall sounds like a fascinating walk taking in the history of it along the way. You're not alone, I love all the ancient features (cairns, forts etc) you find dotted around the landscape here, makes for a more interesting walk.

Thanks Yak will get back let you know how it goes, I have just come back from doing the Hadrians Wall Walk which was really good, but I am a bit of a history and geek!!! And we were dead lucky with the weather which always helps, I would recommend it to anyone though the middle sections are by far the best  :)
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Re: Clandeboye Way 31.08.18
« Reply #22 on: October 09, 2018 »

Thanks Yak will get back let you know how it goes, I have just come back from doing the Hadrians Wall Walk which was really good, but I am a bit of a history and geek!!! And we were dead lucky with the weather which always helps, I would recommend it to anyone though the middle sections are by far the best  :)

Hadrian's Wall, looked at doing that a few years ago.  Never got the time etc to get organised, I'm sure it was brilliant.  It sounds great, maybe someday! 
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