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Stunning!

A really lovely walk up to the waterfall which was in full flow when we visited due to recent heavy... read more

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2020vision
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Dundonald, Belfast.
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Mesmerising!!!

I visited this stunning place on our 1st visit to Ireland this August. It is truly magnificent and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Claudia D
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Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
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All reviews lovely walk car park glen house picnic tables km walk well worth a visit tea shop lovely spot an ice cream no charge tea room sheep grazing takes about minutes donation box toilet facilities worth a stop hidden gem
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A really lovely walk up to the waterfall which was in full flow when we visited due to recent heavy rain . The climb up to the viewing point is well worth it , you can see for miles around . Sheep roam about freely...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

I visited this stunning place on our 1st visit to Ireland this August. It is truly magnificent and thoroughly enjoyed our time here. The views are stunning and the walk is a lovely one. Our kids, 8 and 10 loved all the like fairy doors...More

Thank Claudia D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There is a small gravel parking lot at the start of the "trail" to the waterfall with a tea shop and bathrooms right there as well. There is no charge for the waterfall but a donation box there in the parking lot. The walk to...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

While I knew about Glenevin Waterfall, I hadn't put it on our itinerary as a place to visit (didn't think we would have time). But when we just happened to be driving by, we thought, what the heck. Glad we did. First off, there is...More

Thank Linerguy
Reviewed 3 October 2018

It is worth the walk up to Glenevin Waterfall. Volunteers do all the work along the walk & there are little wooden plaque houses to find.

Thank AileenMary53
Reviewed 25 September 2018

Glenevin Falls is a beautiful natural wonder that is easily accessible on foot and well worth a visit. The path to the falls is easy to navigate if on foot. If you're feeling adventurous, continue hiking beyond the falls and into the surrounding mountains for...More

Thank Patricia T
Reviewed 16 September 2018 via mobile

Enjoyed a lovely walk up to the waterfall. The path was very easy to walk on and there was a nice picnic area in a sunny spot. Worth going up the hill to the viewpoint. The waterfall is well worth a visit.

Thank lizzie4916
Reviewed 14 September 2018

Quite a little walk from the car park and it's co instantly uphill, but I think it's worth the walk. Quite a nice waterfall at the top. A few little fairy houses sprinkled along the way to take the kids minds off the distance they...More

Thank RKClassic
Reviewed 8 September 2018

Along a well developed track for all ages. Free entry and plenty of car parking plus a small cafe at the gate and toilets are handy too. Picnic tables would encourage groups with children to come here. The waterfall is beautiful and worth taking pictures...More

Thank Robert W
Reviewed 2 September 2018 via mobile

Found this place by accident, as we were heading to ballyliffin. No entrance fee. Donations just. The walk up to the waterfall is amazing. There is a small waterfall halfway up, thinking that was it, but we kept walking. There is fairy doors on the...More

Thank Jill C
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Nishit S
25 March 2018|
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Response from charmaine_chugg | Reviewed this property |
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Ts H
22 August 2017|
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Response from bill s | Reviewed this property |
There is no charge to see this gem, there is a donation bow and you can leave whatever you want , it is run and maintained by charity so every little helps Enjoy your visit
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Lee K
17 August 2015|
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I'm afraid as there are sheep along some areas of the walk no dogs are allowed.
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