Manch trackbed, maintained by the Irish Natural Forestry Foundation

Almost two miles in length, the trackbed in the townlands of Manch Middle, Manch East, and Dromidiclough West is carefully maintained by the Irish Natural Forestry Foundation (INFF), and is open to the public at all times. Road users will know it as the long straight stretch of the R586 road between Ballineen and Dunmanway. Any future cycleway/greenway on the path of the former CB&SCR would hopefully use this existing public amenity. Here is the Ordnance Survey link for the location.

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