Sallagh Braes

Sallagh Braes, a prominent basalt scarp in the uplands to the west of Ballygally, can be accessed by following the Ulster Way footpath, which is signposted from Linford car park on the Feystown Road.

There are a number of historical records for rare plants at Sallagh Braes and the adjacent cliffs of KnockDhu, and recent surveys have noted mossy saxifrage, mountain avens and spring sandwort in this area. These uplands are important for rush pasture, heath and blanket bog. Buzzard and peregrine can be spotted.