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Moyola Cycle Route

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Moyola Cycle Route

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Route Signing: The '9' signage will guide you along the Moyola Cycle Route.

Advice & Recommendations: Take care when crossing the busy A6

Local Tourist Information Points:

- Information Panel located in Maghera Town Centre

- Nearest Tourist Information Centre, Magherafelt

Tel: 028 7963 1510

Cycle Shop:

- The nearest cycle shops are located in Castledawson and Moneymore

Ulsterbus Public Transport:

- Magherafelt

Tel: 028 7963 2218

Public roads: On Public Road

Getting to the start: Begin at Maghera Town Centre. Follow the '9' signage to guide you along the Moyola Cycle Route.

Traffic: Take care when crossing the busy A6

Start Point:
H832967

Finish Point:
H832967

Distance:
11 Miles

Terrain:
Leafy lanes and Meandering Rivers

Point of interest:
St Lurach's Church dates back to the 10th century. The crucifixion sculpture above the doorway is said to be the oldest in Ireland.

Facilities:
Public Houses are located in Maghera and Tobermore Shops are located in Maghera and Tobermore Public Conveniences are located in Maghera and Tobermore Cafes are located in Maghera A Post Office is located in Maghera

Publication:
The Moyola Cycle Route Leaflet

Publication availability:
Obtainable from Magherafelt Tourist Information Centre. Tel: Tel: 028 7963 1510

Nearest town:
Maghera or Tobermore

OS map:
8

Accessible toilet facilities:
Yes

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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