Giant's Causeway Blue Trail

United Kingdom

A short walk to the famous Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland. A rock formation on the coast made up of 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns caused by volcanic activity. 1.2 km each way can take whatever amount of time suits. Caution causeway rocks can be slippery. UNESCO World Heritage Site
The causeway its self is at 55.241014, -6.511652

Scrambling or Climbing

Getting there

60 Causeway Road, Bushmills


In visitors center or online.

Route/Trail notes

From the parking lot make your way along the path to the start of the causeway which you scramble along for the rest of the journey and when finished turn back to the path and follow back.


Free to do the walk though there are prices out there for other experiences involving the walk such as guided tours.

Other References/Comments:

National Trust or

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