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Things to do in Duhallow Co. Cork

Things to do in Duhallow Co. Cork

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Just discovered my ancestors are Sherhans and came from Duhallow. I would like info on the bike riding and other activities in this area. Thanks, Vickie

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Posted Tue 26 Apr 2016 9:25 AM
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    Vickie, what an exciting discovery! :) 

    Duhallow is located in the north-west of County Cork, a beautiful region with forest and boggy landscapes which are perfect for some great outdoor adventures!

    As you're interested in cycling, I would recommend following part of the Dulhallow Trail Cycling Route or the Mallow to Ballyvourney Cycling Route as both of these routes will guide you through some of Cork's most charming rural areas. The Blackwater Valley Cycling Route is also worth checking out as it also includes the scenic surrounds of County Kerry.

    If you would also like to explore this region by foot, I suggest following a section of the Blackwater to Duhallow Way, which also takes in both County Cork and County Kerry.

    For more information about hiking in Ireland I recommend taking a look at the Irish Trails website, while the Cycle Ireland website is a brilliant resource for planning cycling trips in Ireland.

    I hope this helps you with your travel plans, Vickie, and that you have a wonderful time tracing your family's roots in Ireland! If you need any more suggestions, please just let me know! :)

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