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Mourne Trails & Ales Tour

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Nourish mind, body and soul as you explore the majestic Mourne Mountains on an electric bike.

Go further, see more, feel awesome with Bike Mourne’s Trails & Ales of Mourne Tour, an adventure through one of Northern Ireland’s most beautiful regions, with the added buzz of electric bikes. 

Winding its way through the foothills of the Mountains of Mourne, this tour takes you up and down the highs and lows of Castlewellan Forest Park’s established and sustainable forest bike trails. Along the way not only will you experience an area famed for its stunning scenery, with the help of your guide, you will also explore the fascinating early history of the Annesley Estate and its surprising connections to and influences on some of the world’s most celebrated food and drink. 

Finally, after working up a thirst (and an appetite), the tour concludes with a visit to the Whitewater Brewery, where with the help of the friendly artisan brewers and food producers you can sample a selection of local craft beers and food specialities. 

So, if you want to take your exploring up a gear, saddle up for the Mourne Trails & Ales Tour.

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