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Fairview to Howth via Clontarf Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameFairview to Howth via Clontarf
Distance : miles (km)19.78  (31.83)
Duration(hh:mm)01:54
Difficulty
Posted ByF
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryIreland
Town/CityDublin
County/RegionDublin
Start LocationHowth Road (R105)
End LocationHowth Road (R105)
Cycle Steps
This is a road route, mainly on the R105, but with a scenic ride along the sea front road via Clontarf at the start and finish. The route is flat all the way to Sutton Cross, where it changes to a slow ascent up towards Howth. You then get a fast descent into Howth village, before you re-trace your route back on the flat again along the sea front through Clontarf.
Your comments?
posted by:LukeRating : difficult :
Coming from Glasnevin I have a bit of extra distance, but the views from Howth on a nice evening are well worth it!

posted by:ThomasRating : difficult :
Great cycle, love it. lovely view along the sea front into sutton. The hill up from sutton to howth head is a steady climb. Nice burn though. Really nice views of dublin bay. I did the Howth section the other way around recently for a change, Really steep going up from Howth harbor but if your a bit of a speed junkie like me, you'll get some speed up on the way back all the way down to sutton. if you just going for a leisurely spin, great place at the lighthouse to sit and have a snack and enjoy the whew. Enjoy


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