Sky Road Loop
20 Kilometres: 1.5+ hours
Overlooking Clifden Bay to the South and Streamstown Bay to the North, this route rises more than 150 m above sea level and has spectacular views of the Atlantic, the islands of Inishturk, Turbot and Clifden town. You will also see the ruin of Clifden Castle, former home of John D’Arcy who founded the town at the start of the 19th century. The terrain is relatively flat towards the end of the peninsula. Cyclists follow the coastline of the tranquil Streamstown Bay back towards the main road.
A spectacularly scenic cycle loop
When overlooking Clifden Bay, this rise to more than 150m above sea level has spectacular views over the Atlantic ocean and many of its Islands including: Inish Turbot, Turk, Ard Mór and beyond.
You will also see the old ruins of Clifden Castle, former home of John Darcy who founded the town at the start of the 19th century. This cycle brings you to secluded beaches and up close and personal with flora and fauna, wildlife and animals including the famed Connemara ponies, harbour and grey seals and not to mention the odd black faced sheep and maybe even a donkey.