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Comber Greenway

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The Comber Greenway is a 7-mile (11 km) traffic-free section of the National Cycle Network, in development along the old Belfast-Comber railway line. The cycle path starts on Dee Street in Belfast and finishes at Comber. Now completed the Greenway provides an eco-friendly cycle path with views of Stormont and Scrabo Tower. The most recent addition to the route was in November 2008 when the final link between Old Dundonald Road/Comber Rd junction and Comber was opened. This added 2.5 km (1.6 mi) to the route. One section runs through a SLNCI-designated Wetland ecosystem.

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Appropriateness as Walking route: 0 comment
Paved: Paved (100% paved)
Traffic load: traffic (low traffic)
Noise pollution: noise

Landscape Characteristics help
Nature landscape: nature
Urbanized area: urban
Near water: water

Dominant direction(gdir) help
dir:40% dir:51%

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United Kingdom - View all walking routes in this country | 4 stars | 7.1 mi
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