Clondra Included in Irish Times 32 county cycle trails

From Epic rides along the rugged coast or over high mountain passes, to perfectly flat and leisurely spins along by lakes and canals, Read Ian O'Riordans (Irish Times) guide to 32 cycles in 32 counties of Ireland.

Starting with Midlands Cycle  Hub - Bike Hire Clondra, Co Longford

Name: Royal Canal Greenway
Start location: Cloondara
Route: Starting from Cloondara (or Longford town), heading south via Keenagh, Ballymahon, Abbeyshrule as far as Ballynacarrigy for a beautifully tranquil stretch of the county
Distance: 45km
Time: 2-3 hours
Highlights: A tidy 130km in full, the Royal Canal Greenway follows the historic 225-year-old canal and was launched ahead of the summer 2021 season.
Look out for: The 165km National Famine Way, which also follows part of this
route.
Tips: Remember this is a shared greenway with walkers so be patient and alert

Check out our multi day bike tours on the Royal Canal  & Multi day tour 2  /  Daily Bike Hire

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