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Newry Canal Towpath

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Dog walking

I am happy to say the towpath is an area which has not been designated as one in which dogs must be... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Matthew C
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Great for dogs.

Very popular with cyclists and joggers,plus dog walkers. Joining at Scarva means parking,a coffee... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Francis M
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“coffee shop”(2 reviews)
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Main Street, Scarva, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I am happy to say the towpath is an area which has not been designated as one in which dogs must be kept on leads! It is a fabulos spot, despite many cyclists not adhering to the bylaws of giving way to pefestrians, reducing speed...More

Thank Matthew C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Cycled this towpath from Newry to Portadown and back (approx 18miles/30km. Lovely flat and scenic towpath. Coffee shop at Scarva well worth a visit plus numerous cafes and restaurants in Portadown. We did it reom Newry to Portadown and back again to Newry in one...More

Thank michael k
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very popular with cyclists and joggers,plus dog walkers. Joining at Scarva means parking,a coffee shop and a nice recreation area available. It's always relaxing along here and you can walk as far as you are fit for. There is also a bicycle hire shop at...More

Thank Francis M
Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

From Carnbane to Portadown. And back. (In stages and in some shape or form) Love this path, lovely to get up close to the herons & watch how the swans and ducks are getting on. On a good day, the pic opportunities are plentiful, some...More

Thank HappyNewCamper
Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

I walk daily,this is Northern Ireland's favourite place to walk. Beautiful and bright, itis an amazingly breathtaking walking spot I find.

Thank Matthew C
Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

Scenic and historic as a loch house and smithy on the tow path Can be busy with fast cyclists Parking is a bit of a distance from the walk Knock bridge Road where parking is situated can be very busy and care is required as...More

Thank Loraine A
Reviewed 21 July 2017

I use the towpath frequently for dog walking. Most people seem to be responsible and remove dog faeces as it happens. There is a minority who have their dogs off the lead. Presumably these produce the fouling some reviewers refer to. The main problem for...More

Thank lucy1999
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

As cycle routes go this one has all the potential to be a fantastic route to cycle from Portadown to Newry and back. The BIGGEST problem we encountered was Newry and Mournes District Councils short sightedness by placing barriers across the route that were locked....More

2  Thank David M
Reviewed 18 June 2016 via mobile

Scarva Towpath is a brilliant peaceful walk as I need to walk on flat ground this suits me perfectly and I always bring my dog with me. It's quiet and full of wildlife such as rabbits, hares, birds, ducks etc

2  Thank NattashaShannon
Reviewed 2 March 2016

Me and my dog walk from the Newry end right through to Carnbane sometimes we would go further depending on the weather. It is such a lovely walk with nature all around. Watch out for the cyclists though as some tend to come right up...More

Thank Vicky E
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