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Posted: 05.11.2015  ·  #1
The Gobbins Cliff Path is a dramatic coastal walk along the Causeway Coast in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

Clinging to basalt cliffs just outside the town of Larne, this Edwardian marvel has been tenderly restored for the 21st century.

Along the walk, navigate tubular bridges, hidden caves, and darkened tunnels, all in the company of an informed and friendly guide.



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Posted: 05.11.2015  ·  #2
It's a fantastic place but unfortunately they are booked up for weeks at week ends. Has been very successful.


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Posted: 15.08.2016  ·  #3
Just a quickie the gobbins is closed until further notice due to the unsafe rocks we went there today if anyone is thinking of going


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Posted: 15.08.2016  ·  #4
I think it has been closed more than it has been open!


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Posted: 15.08.2016  ·  #5
Yeah it is still closed.


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Posted: 07.09.2016  ·  #6
The Gobbins Cliff Path in County Antrim will not re-open until next year due to essential maintenance work.
The tourist attraction closed in June for a second time since its £7.5m revamp last year, and has not re-opened.
The closure was because of an "increase in levels of rock-fall" and the work was expected to take up to three weeks.
It was planned that the Gobbins would have been open to the public right throughout the year, weather dependent.

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