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Welcome to the Bike Week events page for Meath





Events for 2024 to follow soon.

For more information:

Website: Meath Local Sports Partnership

Email: Meath County Council


Recommended Cycle Routes in Meath

Route Length in Km Terrain Skill Level (All,
For More Information
Blackwater Park,


Looped route,
Flat, tarmac


All Click here
Deer Park,

Carlanstown, Kells

Looped route, 1.5km Compacted gravel, flat All Click here
Nobber Walkway


3.4km, looped route Tarmac /  Compacted gravel All Click here
Boyne Ramparts Walk

(2 routes)

2.5km looped route (Navan);
8km linear route to
Stackallen; (16km return)
Compacted gravel All Click here
Enfield – Longwood Canal Walkway


10km, Linear


Generally level and surfaced / some parts grass All Click here
Castletown KP


3.4km looped route, flat route Tarmac /  Compacted gravel All Click here
Kells Walkway


Looped Route, 3.2km Public footpath/Walkway All  


Boyne Valley to Lakelands County Greenway
(Old Railway line Ratholdren Rd Navan to Wilkinstown)
5km Tarmac & compressed gravel Beginner Information here and here
Boyne Valley to Lakelands County Greenway
(Castletown to Nobber)
6km Tarmac & compressed gravel Beginner Click here
Meath Heritage Cycle Route 50km Road Intermediate Click here 
Royal Canal Greenway 130km in total, 22km in Meath Towpath All Royal Canal Greenway is 130km of level towpath, ideal for walkers, runners and cyclists of all ages and stages.

The Meath section spans 22km passing through Enfield, Longwood and Hill of Down.

Click here

Boyne Greenway 4.5km Towpath and boardwalk All From the Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre at Oldbridge, Drogheda, Co. Meath to Dominic’s Park on the south bank of the River Boyne near the Bridge of Peace in Drogheda, Co. Louth

Click here