Route closure: Please be aware the Comber Greenway is at present closed for upkeep between Billy Neill Enjoying Fields and Comber. It should reopen on Sat 16 April. From Mon 25 April there might be additional work on this space however there might be partial entry of the greenway i.e. you’ll nonetheless be capable to journey to and from Comber. Go to this web page for updates.
The Belfast to Comber route begins on the Massive Fish sculpture beside Belfast Lough at Queen Elizabeth Bridge. It runs by quiet residential streets in east Belfast to achieve CS Lewis Sq., a reasonably latest civic plaza named after the Chronicles of Narnia author who was born and raised within the space.
Take the toucan crossings throughout the Holywood Street into Ravenscroft Ave automotive park behind the Glider halt. From right here, the route turns into a traffic-free greenway all the way in which to Comber city, following the road of a former railway.
Comber is a rural commuter city with fertile countryside, well-known for its potatoes, and was residence to the Andrews household who had been concerned in designing the ‘unsinkable’ ship Titanic. It has a number of cafes price a go to and extra skilled cyclists can journey by street on to the scenic Strangford Lough.
The greenway has just lately been widened to 4 metres, has a easy floor and is comparatively flat, making it a straightforward stroll, wheel or cycle for individuals of all talents.
Factors of curiosity
- Go to Titanic Belfast and be taught concerning the historical past of RMS Titanic.
- See the bronze Narnia statues in CS Lewis Sq..
- Go to the Stormont Parliament Buildings, the house of the Northern Eire Meeting.
Cycle restore stations:
- CS Lewis Sq.
- Billy Neill Enjoying Fields, close to Comber
Public transport hyperlinks:
- Titanic Quarter practice station
- Holywood Arches Glider halt (for entry to the town centre and west Belfast)
East Belfast is the house of the Pedal Perks discount scheme, so you will discover a vary of cafes and retailers alongside the route providing reductions to cyclists.
Close by routes
- Route 99 meets the Connswater Community Greenway at CS Lewis Sq.. This can be a 9km traffic-free path in east Belfast.
- The route additionally runs near Route 9, the Lagan Towpath which is able to take you on a riverside path to Lisburn. You’ll be able to be a part of Route 9 by travelling on to Donegall Quay from the Massive Fish sculpture.
- Additionally on the Massive Fish you may head north and hook up with Route 93 which runs out of the town to the Loughshore at Jordanstown.