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Colby Glen

Type:Glen

Colby Glen

About

A narrow and rather overgrown 5 acre glen, being one of the few glens left to develop without intervention. Paths and bridges are cleared and maintained, but the rest is the responsibility of nature. There is plenty of wild beauty to enjoy, with waterfalls in sight and the Colby River running through it. Note the paths are narrow dirt tracks and not very easy to walk along in places. There is a grassy area at one end of the glen for picnics or games. This area is sheltered by trees.

Access to the glen is by car, bus or by alighting at the Colby Halt on the Isle of Man steam railway.

Facilities

Provider Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
A27 Colby Glen Road, Colby

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Opening Times

* Open all year round

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Ballasalla, take a right at the roundabout at the Whitestone pub and then take a left at the next roundabout. Follow the A7 to Colby, past the Colby Glen pub and take a right onto the Colby Glen Road opposite the church. Follow the road until you come to your destination on the left.

Public Transport Directions

Access to the glen is by car, bus or by alighting at the Colby Halt on the Isle of Man steam railway.

By Bus: For further information regarding bus timetables visit www.bus.im

By Train: For further information regarding the Steam Train visit www.iombusandrail.im/heritage

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