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If this project does succeed, will there plans to extend the lines (along the railway of course) to as far as Abbeydorney, Lixnaw or further on to Listowel?
I know it is the hope that the entire great southern railway will be turned into a walking/cycling highway, those it look like this will be likely to happen soon?
just to inform people that the work on the walkway/cyclepath has begun at last.works is progressing at a great rate and from what i gather it should be completed by next March or so.
well done to all involved. thankyou
Did this cycleway open? Due to visit Kerry in a couple of weeks, so would be good to check out.
Sadly, not yet. It’s proving to be rather a protracted affair. If you want I can send you a pdf of cycling routes in Kerry. They are quite challenging. More a solo affair than a family one.
That is a shame, landing in Killarney and want to take in Portmagee to head to Skellig for a trip. But if you have some good suggestions for moderately challenging cycles then fire away.
Well done on all the work done so far! These things can take a long time to happen but if you can get lots of people to support you, it will happen.
Thanks to Cork Cycling Campaign for your support.We now plan to hold our second “WALK THE LINE” soon on the Mounthawk to The Spa section and hope to get even more people to support this great project.
Another “WALK THE LINE” will take place on Sunday 11th December.Assemble at St.Brendan’s Church at 2.30pm and then continue on the rail-line to Mounthawk.Everybody welcome and all support would be greatly appreciated.
Best of luck to all involved, you have my support.
Hey Francis & Cork Cycling Campaign,
Great to know that there is support for this amenity,
Spread the word !
Great blog to highlight and document a fantastic project. Hopefully we’ll see something similar for Cork – Kinsale (and many more) in the not too distant future. Keep up the good work!
Is this project dead in the water?