One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Northern Ireland – Cranny Falls – is accessible by a fine nature walk from Carnlough town. The whole trip there and back is 4.8 km long, it is well marked.
Carnlough river here falls in an impressive limestone ravine. Water is falling almost vertically, splashing over the smaller steps of the limestone outcrop.
Map of the site
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Highlights of County Antrim are the countless natural and historical landmarks in Glens – nine large valleys opening to the sea, sea coast formations, and the metropolis of Northern Ireland – Belfast.
This picturesque part of Europe is rich with the heritage of Early Christianity that sometimes united the paganic and Christian symbols, megaliths, and diverse and magnificent country houses.
Some of the most fascinating and awe-inspiring natural monuments are waterfalls or locations where a river abruptly changes its elevation.