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Peel Cycle Route

Type:Cycle Route

Pedego Yellow Peel Castle

About

Grading: Green - Easy / Blue - Moderate
Distance: 6 - 10 miles

Start & Finish: House of Manannan

Peel and its surrounding area should feature in everyone’s Isle of Man cycle plans. As well as giving you an introduction to this historic port and its impressive castle, the trail takes you through the picturesque villages of St John’s and an optional longer ride Glen Maye, with spectacular views on the climb up to ‘Snuff the Wind’ lead mine ruins.

For an easier ride, take a shortcut along the Patrick Road, rejoining the route at Patrick village and back to Peel.

Advice and Safety Information

Mainly A roads. Majoy climb St John’s to Snuff the Wind. You will encounter busy main roads in and around Peel and St John’s.

GREEN Easy – suitable for beginner/novice cyclists. Basic bike skills required.

BLUE Moderate – suitable for intermediate cyclists. Basic bike skills required.

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Accessibility

  • Distance: 5-10 Miles
  • Grade: Easy/ Leisurely
  • Grade: Moderate
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