Mountain Bike Courses in Limerick
Mountain Bike Courses in Limerick

Mountain Bike Courses in Limerick

Have you ever wanted to go on a thrilling mountain bike adventure? The Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trails are the largest trail network of its kind in Ireland and provide many options for off-road cycling in the mountains!

Where can I go mountain biking in Limerick?

Trailriders Bike Rental/Shop is based at the trailhead of the 92km Ballyhoura Bike Trails in Ardpatrick, Co. Limerick, and Co. Cork.

Forest road climbs lead you into tight twisty singletracks with loads of ups and downs, tight turns, and technical rocky bits. The trails range from a moderate 6 kilometre Greenwood loop to the demanding Castlepook loop, over 50 kilometres in length. The trails are laid out as ‘stacked loops’ – this means that each loop leads onto the next and re-joins it on the way back. The loops are waymarked in one direction – just pick the colour of the loop. There are 5 loops altogether: Greenwood Loop, Mountrussell Loop, Garrane Loop, Steamhill Loop, Castlepook Loop

Looking for a place to hit the dirt trails? Stationed in Ballyhoura Forest is Ballyhoura Trailriders they offer thrilling tracks and top of the-range rental bikes no older than 3 months old makes ranging from Trek and Cube! All advice and route tips are provided by the owners of the shop.

  • Courses for mountain bikers of any skill level
  • Prices from €60 per person
  • Activity duration of around 6 hours
  • Bike hire is not included in the price
  • Maximum group size of 8 participants

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