Come sunset electric biking the famous Sky Road in Connemara as the sun slowly sets over the Atlantic Ocean. Named as 1 of the 10 most scenic routes in Ireland for its stunning natural and rugged beauty, Min 2 Max 10. Available May to Sept
The breath-taking Sky Road peninsular is located outside Clifden in Connemara on the Wild Atlantic Way driving route. Overlooking Clifden Bay to the South and Streamstown Bay to the North, this spectacular 20km circular cycle route rises more than 150 metres above sea level and has amazing panoramic views over the Connemara countryside, Atlantic Ocean, Clifden town, the islands of Inishturk, Turbot, Inishbofin and the majestic Twelve Bens mountain range. Starting in the colourful market town of Clifden, cycle out west and see the ruins of Clifden Castle, former home of John D’Arcy who founded the town. At the highest point on the Sky Road there is a car park and viewing area with plenty of room to park and take photographs. Cyclists then follow the coastline of the tranquil Streamstown Bay back towards Clifden.
Cycle route map of Sky Road
Option to include a picnic pannier cooler box at an additional cost.
Option to include a private cycling guide at an additional cost.
Please wear comfortable cycling shoes or runners.
Please bring warm, wind and rain proof gear as weather can be quite changeable.