This article is about the Class III road numbered C82 maintained by DfI Roads. For other roads numbered C82, see C82.
The C82 forms a coastal route between Ballyvoy and Cushendun in the isolated north eastern corner of Northern Ireland. The road starts off in Ballyvoy, leaving the A2 and heading east. Fairly soon, the road negotiates a few right angled bends and eventually finds itself approaching a T junction in a south eastern direction. The road TOTSOs to the left (east) and climbs up to higher ground. As the road passes further through the gentle upland landscape, it gradually becomes more and more wild and desolate. Eventually the North Channel comes into view and, on a clear day, the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland can be seen a little over 12 miles across the water from here. From here the road begins too descend steeply, with a couple of extremely tight hairpin bends on the way down to its bridge over the Altmore Burn. Across the burn, the road steeply rises once again round hairpin and makes its way along this rugged coastline. Despite the challenging terrain the road retains its double track, albeit a narrow double track in places. After a while, the road rounds another hairpin bend on a very steep downhill which leads to a final and more gentle stretch of the road. This road's lengthy adventure comes to an end on the B92 in Cushendun, near the caravan park.