Date: Wednesday, September 10th 2014
Time: Due at Hannans Cross (Kilmurry) between 17:00 and 17:25
This year’s Rás na mBan will once again take in the beautiful scenery of County Clare.The race takes place between Wednesday 10th and Sunday 14th September 2014. Race headquarters will be the Inn at Dromoland.
Stage 1 – 66km Joe Wogan Memorial – 1 x Cat 2 QOM
The stage starts at race HQ, The Inn at Dromoland and is neutralized to the village of Quin where the racing starts outside the An Post office.
From Quin the riders make their way towards Kilmurry but take a left turn at Hannons Cross onto the R462 just before the town and head toward Tulla, taking the ring road around Tulla village joining the same route as last year’s first stage and taking in the climb of The Maghera.
The finish is outside the Community College on Cusack road in Ennis town centre.
For details on other stages Click here.
A New addition to the 2014 Kilmurry Harvest Festival was the 12 O’Clock Hills Walk.
The walk is in its first year of operation and is already proving a big success with local walking groups.
Onwards and upwards.`
For more articles on the 12 O’Clock Hills Walk click here.
Video on the walk.
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