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Fermanagh Local Attractions – Cycling Trails

Fermanagh Local Attractions – Cycling Trails

Fermanagh is part of Northern Ireland’s National Cycle Network (NCN) – an extensive network of signed trails designed to be enjoyed by everyone. Available routes vary from family-friendly and traffic free routes to long-distance and ‘challenge’ routes.

Fermanagh Cycling Trails

Some of the most popular trails across Fermanagh include the:

Castle Archdale Family Cycle Trail – A not to be missed trail taking in some of Lough Erne’s most fantastic views, important nature conservations and National trust treasures.

Kingfisher Cycle Trail – Covering a unique mix of canal side and lake-land tracks, leafy lanes, rolling hills and mountain climbs, this is a brilliantly scenic trail suitable for cyclists of a skill levels.

North West Cycle Trail – This circular 326-km cycle route takes cyclists through scenic landscapes, remote uplands, villages and towns throughout Fermanagh, Leitrim, Donegal, Tyrone and Sligo.

Castle to Castle Trail – Following the Kingfisher Trail (NCN Route 91), this trail takes cyclists from Enniskillen Castle along a 90{4ec6cad3a85860c103bbac1077221f0b01f83125d16266ec3d2e3affc8c105dc} traffic-free route to Castle Coole. Lack of traffic and well-surface roads make this trail especially suitable for families with children (confident cyclists).

West Fermanagh Loop – Using part of NCN Route 91 (Kingfisher Trail) and traversing along Route 3’s quiet country roads, this circular trail is somewhat challenging, but offers some incredible scenery.

Crom/Crom Castle Trail – Predominantly running off-road over mixed surfaces, this trail takes cyclists through one of Ireland’s most important areas of nature conservation.

For more detailed information on individual trails, please click on the titles of each trail above.