One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Northern Ireland – Cranny Falls – is accessible by a fine nature walk from Carnlough town. 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.

Cranny Falls on the map
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Location, GPS coordinates: 54.9971 N 6.0220 W
Categories: Waterfalls
Values: Visual, Geology
Rating: 1.5 out of 10 stars
Where is located? Europe, United Kingdom, County Antrim, Larne Borough Council, some 2 km west from Carnlough, west from Gortin Quarry, on Carnlough River
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Video of Cranny Falls

elenwashere, March 2017

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Glenariff Glen scenery / , Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0
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Virginia Falls / Paul Gierszewski, / public domain
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