Safe, scenic, off-road cycling and walking in West Limerick

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For more information visit limerickgreenway.ie

The Limerick Greenway has welcomed over 500,000 visits since it reopened in July last year, following a €10 million investment by Limerick City and County Council. The Limerick Greenway provides 40km of safe, scenic, off-road cycling and walking in West Limerick.
From Rathkeale to Abbeyfeale, the Greenway takes you through the towns and villages of Ardagh, Rathkeale, Newcastle West, Barnagh, Templeglantine and Abbeyfeale.  There are a number of entry points from where you can access the Greenway, which gives you the flexibility to experience it in one go or explore it in shorter stages.
The Limerick Greenway is suitable for everyone and provides a lovely day out this summer. Along the way there are welcoming cafés, restaurants and bars, where you can treat yourself to the best produce that West Limerick has to offer. 
If you haven’t been on a bike in a while, don’t worry; Limerick Greenway is mostly flat and the surface has been designed with mobility in mind. If you don’t own a bike, no problem, there are companies providing bike hire.
Either way, lace up your boots, or get on your bike and make the most of this incredible amenity right on your doorstep.
For more information, including bike hire, amenities and itineraries visit limerickgreenway.ie.

For more information visit limerickgreenway.ie