Killarney is the perfect place for a cycle. Hire your choice of bike and be ready to explore this picturesque town. The choice of bikes for self-touring include electric, hybrid and road bikes. Available all year round. Min 1 Max 50 plus.
Killarney town and surrounds offers a huge range of cycling route to choose from when it comes to cycling. Choose to cycle around the town, visit Ross Castle and the lakes in the vicinity or venture a little further afield.
Muckross, in the heart of Killarney National Park is an ideal location for a day’s cycling. Leaving Killarney town, cycling along the Muckross road and over the Flesk bridge. At this point you can cross the road to the cycling path which will lead you directly into the National Park. Bear in mind that Jaunting cars and walkers also use this path.
The paths travels alongside the road for about a kilometre, before veering right into the Yew Valley Wood and towards the 15th century Muckross Abbey. Take time at the abbey and explore the well-preserved ruins and vaulted cloister.
From here, travel on past Muckross Traditional Farms and the fine Victorian mansion that is Muckross House. Guided tours are available of the house and a tour of the Farms is a must for both adults and kids alike. Muckross Craft Centre, located close to the house has a great restaurant and shop as well as a number of craft workshops which include Bookbinding, Weaving and Pottery.
Beyond Muckross House lies the famous Torc Waterfall. You’ll need to walk for 5-10 minutes from the road to see the waterfall.
If you have more time, the Muckross-Dinis loop around Muckross Lake is a great trip. Be sure to travel the loop in an anti-clockwise direction only.
Choose your bike, choose your route and simply enjoy stunning Killarney.
Hire includes: bike, lock, helmet and repair kit.
Food and drink. If the weather is good: sun glasses, hat and sun screen.
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