Cycle routes

Lower Bann Cycleway (long)

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The scenic route follows the Lower Bann River corridor from Lough Neagh to the North Coast.

The low-lying landscape of this river corridor provides a gentle cycle, leaving cyclists to enjoy the route at their leisure, relax and take in the scenery of the Lower Bann. The cycleway passes through or close to the towns of Toome, Portglenone, Kilrea, Ballymoney and Coleraine.

Public roads: On Public Road

Getting to the start:
Train stations that serve the Lower Bann Cycleway are Ballymoney and Coleraine. Bicycles will be carried free of charge on Translink train services; but are not permitted on trains from Monday to Friday, prior to 9.30am.

Goldliner services with stops that serve the Lower Bann Cycleway include Service 218 for Ballymoney and Coleraine, whilst Service 212 stops at the Toome bypass.

Traffic: There are many traffic free sections, however you will encounter public roads, mainly at Portglenone and Coleraine.