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Cycle Routes in Ireland

Ireland offers endless great cycling routes and trails around the island. Each route provides you with amazing views as you cycle through forests, around lakes and along coasts showing you everything Ireland has to offer.

Rostrevor Route – 27km

This is a great route between the villages of Rostrevor and Hilltown, passing through pleasant countryside with fantastic views of Rostrevor, the Mourne Mountains and Carlingford Lough.

Aran Islands – 57km

This full day cycle around Inishmore Islands is extremely popular, interesting and stunningly scenic. Inishmore is the largest of the Aran Islands off the west coast of co. Galway, Ireland.

Waterford Greenway – 46km

The Waterford Greenway is a spectacular 46km off-road cycling and walking trail along an old railway line between Waterford and Dungarvan.

Blessington Loop – 75km

This full day 75km cycling route takes in the Blessington Lakes, Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough in the glorious Co. Wicklow in Ireland’s Ancient East. The route starts in Blessington town but you could start this loop at any point along the route and even start it from Dublin City. Loop, Co. Dublin and Wicklow.

Black Valley Loop – 56km

The Gap of Dunloe and the Black Valley are among the most renowned areas for tourists in Kerry. The glacial landscape appears timeless and for the most part untouched by modern life.

Ring of Kerry – 216km

The Ring of Kerry Cycle Route is in an area known throughout the world for its archaeological treasures, breathtaking scenery and charming hospitality. The route travels along quiet country roads where possible and passes through all the main towns and villages along the way.

Kingfisher Trail – 480km

The Kingfisher Cycle Trail is a mapped and signposted cycle route covering over 480km  The unique mixture of lakelands, canal side tracks, rolling hills, leafy lane ways and mountain climbs make the Kingfisher Trail the ideal choice for all levels of cyclist.

Wild Atlantic Way- 2500km 

The Wild Atlantic Way stretches some 2,500 kilometres from Malin Head in County Donegal to Kinsale, County Cork. Taking in the entire west coast of the country. According to IrelandWays.com, experienced cyclists can expect to cover the entire route in 25 days.

 

 

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