The Glens of Antrim
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.
Armoy, Ballycastle, Ballygally, Ballyvoy, Broughshane, Cargan, Carnlough, Cushendall, Cushendun, Dunseverick, Glenariff, Glenarm, Martinstown, Newtown-Crommelin, Portballintrae, Portbraddan and Waterfoot.
Antrim Hills Way, Breen Forest Way, Causeway Coast Way, Dungonnell Way, Moyle Way, National Cycle Network 97, North Antrim Cliff Path and Ulster Way.
Ballygilbert Hill, Black Hill, Carnanmore, Carncormick, Collin Top, Croaghan, Crockalough, Crockaneel, Cushleake Mountain, Knocklayd, Mid Hill, Robin Youngs Hill, Scawt Hill, Skerry Hill, Slemish, Slieveanorra, Slievenahanaghan, Slievenanee, Soarns Hill, Tievebulliagh and Trostan.
Ballycastle Forest, Ballypatrick Forest, Cleggan Forest and Glenariff Forest Park.