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This area map shows the Strangford Lough and County Down Trail over two map panels. The Strangford Lough Trail is an 82 mile circular route in and around Strangford Lough, an area of outstanding natural beauty in County Down, Northern Ireland.
We are improving the National Cycle Network to make it more accessible for everyone. As part of our Paths for Everyone vision, some sections of the Network have been removed or reclassified. There may be sections within these maps that are no longer part of the Network. These sections are likely to be on busier roads and will suit more experienced cyclists.
This area map shows the Strangford Lough and County Down Trail over two map panels.
The Strangford Lough Trail is an 82 mile circular route in and around Strangford Lough, an area of outstanding natural beauty in County Down, Northern Ireland.
The trail travels through a variety of landscapes along quiet country roads, with some traffic-free sections. The route travels through Portavogie and past the National Trust protected village of Kearney before reaching Portaferry. After a short ferry crossing to Strangford village the trail continues through Castle Ward estate. The trail runs to Downpatrick before heading up the western shore of the Lough to Newtownards via Scrabo where rewarding panoramic views of the Lough await.
This full colour map based on Ordnance Survey data shows clearly mapped cycle routes on traffic-free paths, quiet lanes and roads, with easy to read contours and route profiles. Also features inset maps for the major towns and cities and linking routes that could be ridden for day excursions, and other cycle routes in County Down.
National Cycle Network routes covered
Scale: 1:100,000 and 1:185,000
Paper: Waterproof, comes in plastic cover
Size: 13 x 24 cm folded, 75 x 47 cm unfolded