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The Nenagh CyclewayNenagh Tipperary North - Ireland West
This easy-going cycleway starts at Nenagh, County Tipperary, outside the courthouse and passes through high-hedged almost traffic-free roads until it reaches Dromineer. Before setting off, there is an opportunity to have a look round the ruin of Nenagh Castle, built by the Butler family in 1217. The route follows a winding network of narrow country roads along the Nenagh River and is signposted throughout. On the way to Dromineer, cyclists link up with the Lough Derg Cycleway. Dromineer is a bustling harbour village and an ideal stop-off point for refreshments. On the return trip to Nenagh, the road climbs back through hedge-lined country heartland through Ballycommon before joining the rather busy R495 that takes cyclists back into the town. This is an ideal trip for visitors staying over in the town or for cyclists who want to break from their journey around Lough Derg, at Nenagh. The inland route of approximately 22km is generally flat with a few short easy climbs.
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