september, 2019

28sepAll DayFEAR 2019

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What better way to spend a Saturday morning than getting up close and personal with Fermanagh’s rugged and wild terrain. Cycle through quiet back roads that cut through the limestone landscape, carved out by Ireland’s icy past, they’re guaranteed to give you more ups than downs!

Then experience the wetter side of Fermanagh as you take to the water for 2 challenging Kilometres along Lough Erne’s rocky shores – and if the 304 metre near vertical climb to the top of the Magho Cliff Challenge doesn’t take your breath away, then maybe the panoramic view it offers at the top will! So in a county steeped in myth and folklore, are you ready to become a legend in your own time?

Feel the FEAR and do it anyway!

For all enquiries regarding FEAR please contact Joanne Cunningham, Fermanagh and Omagh District Council by emailing joanne.cunningham@fermanaghomagh.com or telephoning 0300 303 1777.

Time

All Day (Saturday)

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