Limerick Greenway

We are spoilt to have such a fantastic amenity on our doorstep, the Limerick Greenway is currently spanning just past the Kerry Border. 

Along the former Limerick to Kerry railway line, the Limerick Greenway offers everyone a genuine and accessible taste of rural Ireland.

Explore the 40 km of the Treaty County's off-road walking and cycling trail when you visit Limerick.

The 115-meter Barnagh Tunnel, the cast iron Ferguson's Viaduct, and the lush gardens of Castle Demesne Park are just a few of the culturally significant landmarks in Limerick that can be reached via the Greenway path that connects the West Limerick landscape with the thriving towns and villages of Rathkeale, Newcastle West, and Abbeyfeale.

You can explore the Limerick Greenway in phases or all at once, making it ideal for day outings, weekend excursions, solitary explorers, or anybody searching for enjoyable family activities in Limerick.

The Allaghaun River is perfectly visible from Abbeyfeale, which is where the Greenway walk ends. It can be reached from a number of entry points, beginning in Rathkeale and continuing via Ardagh, Newcastle West, Barnagh, and Templeglantine.

Here at Adrenalin Sports we are pleased to offer a superb bike repair service, puncture repairs, we have an impressive selection of Bikes in our showroom as well as every accessory you will need for your Greenway Journey. 



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