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Linear Cycle Routes
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The Aghinagh Way was set up by the Aghinagh Heritage Group in Coachford, County Cork. It is a route for walking, cycling or driving around the parish of Aghinagh and is rich in historical and archaeological sites. It has many places of interest including Aghinagh Church, Carrigadrohid Castle, Mullinhassig Water Fall, Kerryman's Table and Carrigagulla Stone Circle. Visitors have a choice of going on the hill cycle/walk, the lowland cycle/walk or on the heritage drive. The lowland cycle loop, 25.5km, begins in Macroom. It winds along the Lee River sites to the Leades House, then back to Macroom. The lowland cycle longer loop, 54km, begins in Macroom and winds along the Lee River to Mullinhassig Waterfall, then travels up to Ballinagree and on to Macroom via Bawnmore. The hill cycle loop, 24km, begins in Ballingree and travels through a loop, along the Butter Road, and then back to Ballingree.
Hill cycle of 24 km begins at Ballinagree
Lowland cycle of 25.5 km begins at Macroom
Combination of both is 54 km and begins at Macroom.
A map and brochure is available from Macroom Tourist Office