Fermanagh is renowned for its lakelands and laid back pace of life. The iconic 230 mile Kingfisher Trail takes you along quiet country roads through some wild and beautiful country, over bridges, past old cottages and to places so remote and undisturbed that you might forget what a car sounds like. And along the way you could well spot a kingfisher, a bird long associated with this tranquil rural setting and lakeside scenery.
For details, maps, starting points and further information visit: www.cycleni.com/101/kingfisher-trail/
Also useful for maps and information on any aspect of cycling:
Castlecoole - The Castle to Castle route is a short, signed route, right in the heart of Enniskillen. 90% of the route is traffic free and should suit families with children who are confident cyclists. The route follows the Kingfisher trail, National Cycle Network Route 91, on well surfaced roads between the magnificent Enniskillen Castle and Castle Coole, one of the National Trust's finest treasures
Castle Archdale - Situated 15km north west of Enniskillen, this 6 mile cycle route weaves its way through 230 acres of mature forest situated on the shores of Lower Lough Erne, enabling the cyclist to explore over 1000 years of history.
Crom - Crom is one of Ireland's most important Nature Conservation areas, home to many rare species, including the elusive pine marten.