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GrassRoutes 2017 Season begins

GrassRoutes 5th Season in Glenveagh National Park begins tomorrow Saint Patrick’s day. Rentals are available Friday 17th, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th of March 2017 from 10.00am until 5.00pm. We advise booking in advance by phone on 087-6655599 or email...

Hens on GrassRoutes Tour

        GrassRoutes had our first Hen Party on our Electric Bikes over the Bank Holiday Weekend. Bride-to-be Diane and 12 of her happy hens took off on the bikes in Glenveagh National Park for a 3 hour hire. They had a great time and loved the beautiful views...

Ryan Tubridy Trys GrassRoutes bikes

RTE’s Tubridy Show done a live broadcast from The Square, Dunfanaghy on Wednesday 10th of June as part of a series focusing on the Wild Atlantic Way. The 2FM team had a busy schedule as the popular host broadcasted live from Westport on Monday, Rosses Point in Sligo on Tuesday,...
The wild Atlantic Way

Have you downloaded the new Wild Atlantic Way App?

Starting in Co. Donegal, the Wild Atlantic Way stretches for 2,500km (1,500 miles) along Ireland’s western seaboard, and is the world’s longest defined coastal touring route. Failte Ireland have now launched your must have companion on your Wild Atlantic trip; the new Wild...

GrassRoutes Team Take to the Atlantic Drive

    GrassRoutes Team had a day out on Atlantic Drive in Downings during the week. Here’s a short video of pictures taken on the day. The Atlantic Drive is a spectacular road around the Rosguill Peninsula in North Donegal. The Rosguill Peninsula is a classic...

Have you seen us on Ireland.com?

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We are delighted to be listed on the official Tourism Ireland website www.ireland.com. GrassRoutes page will be translated into multiple languages for the European market.   Tourism Ireland is the agency responsible for marketing the island of Ireland overseas as a holiday...

Storm Ruth Hits Wild Atlantic Way

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The continuation of the winter storms is battering the coastline along the Wild Atlantic Way. Atlantic Storm Ruth, Christine and then Storm Darwin has battered the west of Ireland coastline since mid-December with Met Éireann putting an orange alert in place across Ireland just...