The IAT/SIA in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are jointly managed by the Ulster-Ireland Chapter of the IAT. The trail begins near Bunglass Point, County Donegal, and crosses the impressive coastal cliffs of Slieve League before turning east and crossing historic Kelley’s Bridge into Northern Ireland. In Northern Ireland the trail heads north to the coast at Castlerock, following it, with occasional treks into the hills, to Larne and the ferry to Stranraer, Scotland.

Length: 449km / 279mi.

Note: Length may vary depending on which spur trails or alternate routes are followed.

For more information visit the IAT Ulster – Ireland website or contact IAT Ireland Donegal Coordinator Inga Bock.