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Glen Maye


Glen Maye


Please be aware that due to two separate landslides within Glen Maye, the glen has been closed until the area can be made safe again. Please do not enter the glen and respect all safety signage. The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture apologises for any inconvenience caused, and will endeavour to open the glen as soon as it is safe to do so.

A spectacular bridged gorge and waterfall dominate this glen, which is located three miles south of Peel. Covering eleven and a half acres, its beautiful sheltered, fern-filled woodland includes some relics of the ancient forests that once covered Mann.

A feature of this glen is the Wheel case of the 'Mona Erin', another of the many water wheels which once provided power for the Manx lead mines.

Glen Maye can also be reached by the coastal footpath (Raad ny Foillan). 


Parking & Transport

  • Coach parking available
  • On site parking

Provider Facilities

  • Toilets

Provider Features

  • In countryside
  • Outdoor Attraction
A27 Dalby Road, Glen Maye

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Opening Times

* Open all year round

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Peel, take the A27 Coast Road to Glen Maye where you will find parking to the Glen on your right. From Douglas, take the A1 road to St Johns and turn left on Station Road opposite Tynwald Hill. Take a right on the Patrick road and follow until the end of the road. Take a right and follow the A27 road to Glen Maye. 

Public Transport Directions

Glen Maye can be accessed via bus and car.

By Bus: For further information regarding bus timetables visit Please note the buses to Glen Maye are infrequent.

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