Erected by salmon fishermen in 1755, the magnificently crafted bridge spans across two rugged cliffs 30m above the wild Atlantic Ocean. Fear is not an option - just don’t look down!
First erected by salmon fishermen in 1755, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge spans across two rugged cliffs high above the wild Atlantic Ocean.
If heights aren’t your thing…DON’T LOOK DOWN – Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is suspended 100ft (30m) above sea level and definitely isn’t for the faint hearted.
Below the cliff line a lonely cottage looks out across the sea, waiting for the return of fisherman with their catch.
The National Trust is a conservation charity and are committed to preserving and protecting special places and spaces for everyone to enjoy. This includes protecting ongoing conservation, managing health and safety and trying to ease traffic congestion around the site.
Pre-booking online before you visit is strongly recommended, and helps avoid disappointment or delays if you arrive at a busy time.
Did you know?
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge was named in the Top 10 of the ‘deadliest bridges in the world!’.
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