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Boyne Blueway Trim

Located in and flowing through the picturesque heritage town of Trim, the Boyne Blueway Trim is a beautiful stretch of the River Boyne which flows from Trim to Bective Mill. With a length of 8kms it can be paddled in 2.5 to 3 hours and is suitable for dabblers & those with a little bit more paddling ability. This is phase one of the Boyne Blueway Trim development.

+353 (0) 46 943 7227
trimvisitorcentre@discoverboynevalley.ie

Information: Trim Visitor Centre,

Castle Street,

Trim,

Co. Meath.

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Boyne Valley to Lakelands Greenway

A 30km walkers' and cyclists' paradise along the route of the old railway line from Navan in Co. Meath to Kingscourt in Co. Cavan.

Approximately 30km in length it begins in Navan and passes through the villages of Wilkinstown, Castletown, Nobber and Kilmainhamwood before ending in Kingscourt.

The project is currently in development and includes a recently-completed looped section at Nobber and another at Castletown Kilpatrick.

More details to follow.

https://www.facebook.com/BoyneValleyToLakesCountyGreenway
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Boyne Greenway

Running 1.9km from Dominic's Park on the south bank of the River Boyne near the Bridge of Peace in Drogheda, the Boyne Greenway  takes you along the river close to the Mary McAleese Cable Bridge and then along the Boyne Canal to the Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre at Oldbridge.

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+353 41 9872843
droghedatouristoffice@gmail.com

Drogheda to Oldbridge House

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Royal Canal Greenway

The enchanting Royal Canal Greenway is 130km of level towpath, ideal for walkers, runners and cyclists of all ages and stages. Starting in cosmopolitan Maynooth, it follows the 200 year old canal through charming Enfield and lively Mullingar to charming Cloondara in Longford, with cafés, picnic spots and attractions along the way. Rustic and industrial landscapes combine, with rolling fields, pretty waterside villages, working locks and historic landmarks. Cycle between any of the main towns and return by train to where you started.

https://www.facebook.com/RoyalCanalGreenway
https://twitter.com/royal_canal
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