Glendun (Gleann Duinne)
Not the largest of the glens but perhaps one of the most tranquil. Glendun meanders down under the magnificent Glendun Viaduct, past the ancient Mass Rock, the Gloonan Stone, Saint Patrick's Well to the sleepy village of Cushendall and the remains of Castle Carra.
The Mass Rock is a location where Mass was celebrated in old times before a
church was built in the area, and even now, once a year a procession is made
from the present church to the old altar. The origin of this beautiful carving
is unknown, some people believe it originated from the Scottish Isles whilst
others say it is a Runic stone.