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Slieve Gallion Cycle Route

A challenging and very scenic cycle route circumnavigating Slieve Gallion with spectacular views and taking in Springhill House and the plantation towns of Moneymore and Draperstown.

County

Londonderry

Nearest Town

Moneymore

Route Type

Mountain

AONB

Sperrins

Grid Ref (Start)

H783946

Distance

25 Miles

OS Map

13

Route Shape

Circular

On/Off Road

On Public road

Grid Ref (End)

H783946

terrain

This route has some steep climbs

route description

Route signing:

The '8' signage will guide you along the Slieve Gallion Cycle Route

Advice and Recommendations:

- Springhill House is an ideal start location

- This route has some steep climbs

Local Tourist Information Points:

- The Manor House, Moneymore

Tel: 028 8674 7700

Cycle Shop:

- Cicli Sport, Moneymore

Tel: 028 8676 6440

getting to the start

Springhill House is an ideal start location. Tel: 028 8674 8210

traffic

This route has some steep climbs Ulsterbus Public Transport: Cookstown Tel: 028 8676 6640

facilities

Public Houses, Post Office, Shopping, Public Conveniences and Tourist Information are located in Moneymore. Public Houses, Cafes, Shopping, Post Office, Public Telephone and Public Conveniences are located in Draperstown

information for People with a Disability

This is a challenging route that has some steep climbs

available publications

The Slieve Gallion Cycle Route

Published by Sustrans, available at most Sperrins Tourist Information Centres. Sperrins Tourism, Tel: 028 86747700

Cycle hire

Sperrins Cycle Breaks
John Donaghy An Cregan Visitor Centre 186 Barony Road, Creggan OMAGH
Email: info@ancreagan.com
Phone: 028 8076 1112
Web: www.ancreagan.com

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