Glenariff

Glenariff or Glenariffe is a valley in , . It is one of the Glens of Antrim. Like other glens in that area, it was shaped during the Ice Age by giant glaciers.

Notable Places in the Area

Archaeological site
is situated in , , on a headland projecting into the sea north of Glenariff situated on the road to .

Localities in the Area

Village
or Glenariff is a small coastal village in , .

is in . It's a very rural area with a small population of about 2100; however, the town is used to tourists and has a large number of facilities available and an annual "Heart Of The Glens" festival. Photo: diego cue, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Locality
is a and townland about 1 kilometre west of in , . is situated 4½ miles north of Glenariff.

Glenariff

Latitude
55.05° or 55° 3' north
Longitude
-6.0667° or 6° 4' west
Population
1290
United Nations Location Code
GB WFT
Elevation
13 feet (4 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 267762391
Geo­Names ID
2648538
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Also Known As

  • Bulgarian: Гленариф
  • Cebuano: Glenariff
  • Dutch: Glenariff
  • Irish: Gleann Aireamh
  • Irish: Waterfoot
  • Lithuanian: Glenarifas
  • Swedish: Glenariff
  • Glenariffe
  • Warren

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