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  1. Hiking route
    IE | Hiking route
    | 34.1 km | EN
    The Ballyhoura Way (Irish: Slí Bhealach Eabhra) is a long-distance trail in Ireland. It is 89 kilometres (55 miles) long and begins at St John’s Bridge, near Kanturk, County Cork and ends at Limerick Junction, County Limerick. It is typically completed in four days. It is designated as a National Waymarked Trail by the National Trails Office of the Irish Sports Council and is managed by Ballyhoura Fáilte. The trail was opened in April 1994 by President Mary Robinson. More info on Wikipedia Wikipedia...
  2. Race cycle route
    IE | Race cycle route
    | 48.1 km | EN
    This route is inspired by the poet WB Yeats. It takes you along the Glencar Waterfall and through the country of Yeats: Sligo. Discover on this route what the links are with this famous Irish poet.
  3. Touring motorcycle route
    IE | Touring motorcycle route
    | 48.1 km | EN
    This route is inspired by the poet WB Yeats. It takes you along the Glencar Waterfall and through the country of Yeats: Sligo. Discover on this route what the links are with this famous Irish poet.
  4. Recreational cycle route
    IE | Recreational cycle route
    | 40.8 km | EN
    There is little (no) chance you will be seeing cars along this route. A great route with the best scenic roads in rapid succession. This route is doable for everyone. Happy travelling. A great route! My score: 9 (out of 10).
  5. Recreational cycle route
    IE | Recreational cycle route
    | 34.6 km | EN
    Take in the surroundings. Don't miss out on some great sights. Take your time for this route. This route is pretty hilly.
  6. Recreational walking route
    IE | Recreational walking route
    | 480 m | EN
    Follow the footsteps of the great WB Yeats and visit the Glencar Waterfall, which he writes about in his poem "The Stolen Child". The path is paved, but at the end you have stairs.

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The North Coast 500 route is Scotland’s answer to Route 66. This 500 mile coastal route spans the north coast of the Highlands taking in the best bits of this glorious region. The route starts in the northern city of Inverness, then weaves along the west coast to Applecross and then northwards towards the bustling towns of Torridon and Ullapool. From there, you’ll venture to some of the most northerly coastal points in Scotland, passing by Caithness and John o’ Groats before heading south again through Dingwall and finally back to Inverness.

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