Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland) Reviews
Description:Rope bridge in Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland
Newest Review: ... seemed further than a kilometre. The scenery on the walk however is fabulous, with views out to the sea and there are several ... more
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Customer Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland) Reviews (3)
by - written on 02/11/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Carrick a rede rope bridge We recently flew to Belfast and were staying close to The Giants Causeway so decided to go and have a go on this rope bridge. The attraction itself is about a 20 minute drive from The Giants Causeway and is well sign posted as long as you are going in the right direction. It is one of the National Trust attractions so members can access the bridge free of charge. For non members it costs around £5.00 for adults and I think about £2.60 for children. There is a decent sized car park and toilets close to the car park as well as the obligatory café and gift shop. Tickets are purchased at the small entrance kiosk and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/11 (Very useful, 92 readings)
It might come as a surprise to some that I am a bit feeble when it comes to heights, particularly as I spend a good part of my holidays up mountains, in cable cars or admiring the view from teletowers and other high structures. When descending a metal staircase - the type where you can see below you - I feel extremely nauseous and I become sickeningly vertiginous when anywhere near a sheer drop. So, you might ask, why do I put myself through the terror when I could easily go and do something else? Quite simply I hate the idea of, as I see it, being beaten. I'm a highly competitive person and my biggest rival is myself. I know that having made the effort to go ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
The Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge is one of the Antrim (Causeway Coast) must see attractions. The bridge itself is accessed near to Ballintoy, which is only a few miles from Giant's Causeway on the north coast. The bridge is now under the care of the National Trust (NT), which is great for those with membership as of course it means free entry - otherwise adult admission is £5.60 (Apr 2011) with the usual concessions available. The bridge itself is a suspension bridge, made of rope and wooden planks, which crosses "The Atlantic", or more accurately about 75 feet of it, between the mainland and Carrick-a-Rede Island. The bridge itself stands 30 metres ... Read the complete review
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