Lough Fea Cycle Route
A delightful route taking in the archaeology of Beaghmore Stone Circles, the remote Glenelly Valley, charm of Lough Fea and the hustle and bustle of Cookstown.
Grid Ref (Start)
On Public road
Grid Ref (End)
This route has some steep climbs
- This route has some steep climbs.
- This route can be shortened by use of the road past Davagh forest
- A short detour to the Sperrin Heritage Centre is highly recommended.
getting to the start
Begin route at Cookstown Tourist Information Centre and follow the '5' signage along the Lough Fea Cycle Route.
The route can be shortened by use of the road past Davagh forest.
Tourist Information Centre, Public Houses, Cafes, Post offices, Shopping, Public Conveiences and Public Telephones located in Cookstown.
Public Houses, Post Office, Shopping, Public Conveniences and Public Telephone located in Draperstown
Public House and Post Office located in Broughderg
information for People with a Disability
The route has some steep climbs.
The Lough Fea Cycle Route leaflet
Published by Sustrans, available from Cookstown Tourist Information centre, Tel: 028 8676 9949
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