Trostan (Trostán), standing at 551 m (1,808 ft), is the highest point in County Antrim. The hill forms part of the Antrim Hills, a scenic expanse of exposed hills that are mostly covered in heather and tussock grasses.
The summit can be reached from Ballyeamon Road located to the east
of the mountain. The Moyle Way, a long-distance path that explores
a mixture of forest tracks and remote upland moor, also passes the slopes of Trostan. A trig point can be found marking the summit.
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|551 m (1,808 ft)
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