North West Passage / Irish Cycle Tours
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North West Passage Office, 1 Market Street, Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
The North West Passage is an interregional touring cycle route which commences in the bustling and vibrant capital Dublin and flows through the plains of Meath, Louth and across the rolling hills of Monaghan before crossing into Northern Ireland.
The North West Passage cycling tour travels through regions of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Once across the border it traverses the council areas of Armagh, Dungannon, Omagh and Strabane, through towns, small villages, lakelands, rivers and lush landscapes, before crossing the frontier again into beautiful and rugged Donegal on the North West fringe of Europe.
By following the North West Passage, cyclists will be entranced by Irish life and culture in all its many facets. Everywhere they will discover the finest of holiday accommodation, activities and opportunities to enjoy their stay. Art, architecture, music, literature, fine food, shopping, angling, cycling, walking horse riding, cruising, golf - whatever their interest, the North West Passage is sure to fulfil and even surpass their expectations.
This route can be explored either on a self guided option, or on a more structured guided tour, with four or seven day options available as standard. Tours can be structured to any customer’s preferences on request.