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All reviews lovely walk old railway beautiful scenery scenic walk hired bikes the main road cafe rosa return journey cleaned up flat walk cycle path railway line only downside en route tourist office couple of hours sunny day
Did this walk last week for the first time. There is beautiful scenery the whole way, mountains and water and we spotted a seal on our walk. The walk is not difficult as it is a level path and the terrain is fine gravel. During...More
Very nice ride on hired bikes....
It is almost entirely flat apart from that hill up from the Marina!! Stopped at Greer’s Quay and had a break in Omeath. Couple of hours of easy riding for all the family
This is always an uplifting walk at any time of the year.
In winter, all you need is good strong footwear, warm clothes and a good slap of Nivea on your face.
It's wonderful to see people of all ages enjoying the walk, but especially...More
This is a most beautiful and scenic walk. It is an easy walk as the terrain is level. It took us about 90 very enjoyable minutes. One thing to consider is your return journey. Buses are infrequent. A nice man in the Granvue hotel rang...More
We drove from Carlingford alongside the Lough on a fantastic sunny day. Arrived in Omeeth to excited shouts from the backseats of "OMG I've got 4G". We turned left to go up the hill to Morgan's Fine Fish & pulled into the car park. Got...More
My husband and I walked with our 2 dogs, it was a beautiful day so the view the whole way along the walk was stunning. We walked to Omeath and stoped for tea and desert in Cafe Rosa’s it was delicious the owner was so...More
Very enjoyable walk along this New Greenway, great scenery over looking the lough and very well kept . Really enjoyed and makes for a very nice day out with a picnic finishing in Carlingford Green .This is a relatively flat walk of around 8km each...More
The Greenway tuns for 8km to Omeagh from Carlingford, offering all sorts of length or duration of walk. It is primarily flat and runs along the edge of the Lough offering wonderful views across the Lough to the Mourne Mountains.
It was cold but sunny...More
The Great Eastern Greenway as it's officially called, is a grand title for a project that as yet is incomplete. The plan is to take the route across the border and link up with the newly opened path from Newry City to Victoria Lough but...More