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Moyola Cycle Route

A gentle cycle along the flat leafy lanes between Tobermore and Maghera criss-crossing the Moyola River.

Maghera, which means 'Plain of the Fort' is a site of religious significance from ancient times. Tirnoney Dolmen and Granaghan Old Church lie outside the town and you can also visit the mass rock at Kearney's Glen.

County

Londonderry

Nearest Town

Maghera or Tobermore

Route Type

Parkland and Grassland

AONB

Sperrins

Grid Ref (Start)

H832967

Distance

11 Miles

OS Map

8

Route Shape

Circular

On/Off Road

On Public road

Grid Ref (End)

H832967

terrain

Leafy lanes and Meandering Rivers

route description

Route Signing: The '9' signage will guide you along the Moyola Cycle Route.

Advice & Recommendations: Take care when crossing the busy A6

Local Tourist Information Points:

- Information Panel located in Maghera Town Centre

- Nearest Tourist Information Centre, Magherafelt

Tel: 028 7963 1510

Cycle Shop:

- The nearest cycle shops are located in Castledawson and Moneymore

Ulsterbus Public Transport:

- Magherafelt

Tel: 028 7963 2218

getting to the start

Begin at Maghera Town Centre. Follow the '9' signage to guide you along the Moyola Cycle Route.

traffic

Take care when crossing the busy A6

facilities

Public Houses are located in Maghera and Tobermore Shops are located in Maghera and Tobermore Public Conveniences are located in Maghera and Tobermore Cafes are located in Maghera A Post Office is located in Maghera

information for People with a Disability

The lanes are flat and leafy

available publications

The Moyola Cycle Route Leaflet

Obtainable from Magherafelt Tourist Information Centre. Tel: Tel: 028 7963 1510

Cycle hire

Sperrins Cycle Breaks
John Donaghy An Cregan Visitor Centre Creggan OMAGH
Email: info@an-creagan.com
Phone: 028 8076 1112
Web: www.an-creagan.com

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