Crom is one of Ireland's most important Nature Conservation areas, home to many rare species, including the elusive pine marten.
Grid Ref (Start)
Off Public road
Grid Ref (End)
Off road on mixed surfaces
Saddle up and turn left as you leave the yard, cycling along the old carriageway towards Crom Castle. Left again takes you through the gate into beautiful flat parkland. Follow the path to the Old Castle where one of Ireland's oldest yew trees sits, reputed to be over 1,000 years old. Pedal along the loughside, past the impressive boathouse, before crossing the White Bridge onto the lush Inisherk Island. Travel to the quay before retracing your route back to the bridge. You'll be riding off road on mixed surfaces.
Make your way to the Summer House, taking the path through ancient oak wood with Upper Lough Erne on your left and the imposing Crom Castle rising to your right. Beyond the stable yard you reach the Castle’s main drive. Continue cycling as far as the crossroads where the path breaks off right around the Green Lough. Pass the lough and coast back down to the Visitor Centre.
getting to the start
This 3.5 mile way-marked route starts from the Visitor Centre on a mixture of track and off-road. If you're cycling the Kingfisher Trail the route uses the Crom ferry to cross to the Visitor Centre. The ferry must be booked at least 24 hours in advance (Tel: 028 6773 8118)
You can reach the Estate on the Ulsterbus 95 Enniskillen to Clones route with connections from Belfast, alighting at Newtownbutler.
Off road on mxed surfaces
Visitor Centre, tearoom, shop, picnic area, car park, toilets, guided walks, boat hire, campsite.
information for People with a Disability
Disabled Access At Visitor Centre
Contact the Access and Recreation Officer 028 9751 0721 for more information
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