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Ulster Canal Cycle Trail

Co Armagh
Ulster Canal Cycle Trail

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This route has been sign-posted following the national cycle networks blue signs, with finals on top of poles to indicate Ulster Canal Cycle Trail.

Going from Maghery to Benburb follow the Route 11 signs.

From Benburb to Tynan follow the Route 95 signs.

Going from Tynan to Clones follow the route 91 signs.

If leaving from Clones the same route numbers will be used.

Public roads: On Public Road

Getting to the start:
Bus Service available:-
Translink - www.translink.co.uk - 0044 (0) 28 9066 6630
Bus Eireann - www.buseireann.ie - 00353 (0) 749121309

If travelling my car, parking facilities are available both at Maghery County Park or if you decide to start from Clones parking facilities are available at Clones Stores.

Traffic: Majority of road cycling will be on small country route, with a small element on forest track

Start Point:
H923636

Finish Point:
H498259

Distance:
48 miles

Terrain:
Gentle Gradients

Point of interest:
With much to see along the route, take time to stop in the local villages and town as well as Peatlands Park, The Argory, Rossmore Forest Park and Clones Stores

Facilities:
Along the route there are a number of traditional restaurants cafes, pubs to savour local specialities. Also in the majority of villages and town you pass through public toilet facilities are available.

Publication:
Leaflet of route can be accessed online or my contacting Tourist Information Centres in the area

Publication availability:
Contact Tourist Information Centre or Blackwater Regional Partnerhsip Offices on 0044 (0) 28 3756 9000

Nearest town:
Maghery

OS map:
19 & 28

Accessible toilet facilities:
Yes

Facilities

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  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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