Here are two news items on trail improvements along the Ulster-Ireland section of the IAT.

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Alderman Mark Fielding pictured at Gortmore Viewing Point with (left-right), Richard Gillen (Coast and Countryside Manager), Stephen Campbell (Campbell Civils), Mark Strong (Coast and Countryside Officer) and Gregg McClements (Capital Projects Officer).

The first story covers the Causeway Coast & Glens district on the spectacular North Coast. This section of the IAT includes the Gortmore viewpoint on Binevenagh Mountain near the town of Limavady. On clear days, it offers a stunning view from Donegal to Islands Islay and Jura off the coast of Scotland. Read more here.

Along the Antrim Way, above Ballygalley, outside of Larne

The second story covers improvements to the Mid & East Antrim section of the trail. This picturesque walk along the East Coast of Northern Ireland ends in Larne, where dedicated long-distance IAT walkers can catch the ferry to Scotland and continue their hike. Read more here.

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