Coleraine (Sheet 04)
The Discoverer Series of maps by the Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland are set to the Irish Grid system. Each map covers an area of 40km x 30km and the contours are spaced out at 10 metre vertical intervals. There is an overlap between adjacent sheets to provide extra detail surrounding borderline locations. On the back of each sheet is a townland map and index.
Nearly two-thirds of the western end to the Causeway Coast Way is on the Coleraine Map (Sheet 04). Starting from Dunseverick Castle, the map continues all the way to Portstewart and includes the Giant's Causeway, Portballintrae, Dunluce Castle, Portrush as well as the popular detour town of Bushmills.
Ballymoney, Ballyreagh, Balnamore, Bendooragh, Bushmills, Castlerock, Clooney, Coleraine, Dervock, Downhill, Dunseverick, Greencastle, Limavady, Liscolman, Macosquin, Moville, Portballintrae, Portrush and Portstewart.
Causeway Coast Way, National Cycle Network 93, North Antrim Cliff Path, North Sperrins Way and Ulster Way.
Barnes Hill, Binevenagh, Boyds Mountain, Bratwell Hill, Coal Hill, Craigcannon, Craignamaddy, Crockaulin, Crockmore, Crocknasmug, Croyer Hill, Eagle Hill, Formoyle Hill, Harkins Hill, Keady Mountain, Lugmore Hill, Moyle Hill, Rigged Hill, Sconce Hill, Thorny Hill, Tibaran Mountain and Windy Hill.
Ballyhanna Forest, Ballykelly Forest, Binevenagh Forest, Cam Forest, Carnmoon Woods, Castleroe Wood, Cloonty Wood, Colebreene Wood, Downhill Forest, Garry Wood, Grange Park Wood, Somerset Forest and Springwell Forest.
Benone Strand, Bushfoot Strand, Curran Strand, Downhill Strand, Magilligan Strand, Portrush East Strand, Portrush West Strand, Portstewart Strand and White Rocks.
Ballykelly Bank, Ballymacran Bank, Bells Point, Berrins, Blackcastle Rock, Inishowen Head, Portstewart Point, Ramore Head and Rinagree Point.