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Thank you – The Kingfisher Challenge

We would like to thank all the cyclists who took part in the Kingfisher Challenge on Sunday, 7th September 2014.  The event was very well supported and the weather was amazing to boot!  Please check back soon for photographs and

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Due to the flood of spam comments being left on the Accommodation pages, we have decided to disable this feature.  However, if you would like to leave feedback, please sent it to us via the Contact Us page and if

The Kingfisher Challenge

The Kingfisher Cycle Trail is a long established part of the Fermanagh Landscape. The fully signed route was the first long distance cycle trail in Ireland. This September 7th the Upper Lough Erne Tourism Development Association (ULETDA) are hosting a new

New visitor information office opens in Lisnaskea

A new visitor information office has been opened in Lisnaskea.  One of two in the entire County of Fermanagh!  The other one being based in Enniskillen. Tourism Minister, Arlene Foster attended the official opening of a new Visitor Information Office

G8 Summit, 17 to 18 June 2013

With the G8 summit fast approaching County Fermanagh and the surrounding areas are already seeing disruption to daily lives. There are road closures in the area of the Lough Erne resort which is the venue for the summit. This will

Route Maps

The route maps are currently hosted on http://www.gpsies.com and can be downloaded in different formats to a hand held device. This allows you to follow the route using a “Sat Nav” or a smart phone equipped with a GPS device.

New website

Welcome to the new look website.  Please note the website is still under construction and new content will be added as and when it is collected.  If you have suggestions or comments regarding the site please email us and let

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

There have been incidences this summer (2017) of cyclists getting lost on the Southern Loop between Clones and Carrick-on-Shannon, due to inadequacy signage.   On investigation it appears that directional signs on certain sections of the route are missing, hidden by overgrown vegetation and in some cases have been vandalised to point in the wrong direction.

Therefore anyone planning to cycle the route solely by following the signage would be strongly discouraged from doing so.

We have passed on our concerns to the relevant councils and hope that these issues will be resolved quickly.  Thank you for considering the Kingfisher Cycle Trail.