Crumlin Glen (IMG0700)

Crumlin Glen

Early morning light shine over Crumlin Glen which sits on the eastern slopes of Divis Mountain in County Antrim. The Crumlin River has carved a short but deep glen on its approach to Lough Neagh.

A popular area for walking, picnics and trout fishing. In spring the woodland floor is carpeted with a mix of bluebells, wood anemone and wild garlic, the air often filled with its strong, sweet smell. There are two main waterfalls and Cockle House which is a small circular gothic-arched building set amongst mature woodland which offers impressive views of the waterfall.
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