Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in County Dublin with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Please edit title: it is Cruagh not Cruagh! Beautiful trail I regularly walk all times of year as track/stone path always accessible I’ve seen plenty of wildlife in this area, notably pine marten and woodpecker

Very easy walk. 2hrs long. Nice views. Easy accessible free parking. 95% flat. First part tarmac road (closed for public traffic) Dogs friendly, but dogs need to be keep at a leash (at least signs asks for that

Done it few times. Dogs friendly. Good views.

Great Easy walk. Took about 2 hours. Perfect for buggy (with good wheels only-ours are tyres) Its a quiet walk, not many about but definitely worth the trip. The loop took 2 hours. Very scenic, great pics

road biking
4 months ago

Cycled on a gravel bike from The convention centre Dublin to Maynooth. Nice path as far as Ashton and then the real fun starts for a few km. proper forest like tracks with roots and rocks in the muck. Once past Deep Sinking it is gravel and grass.

The whole Wicklow way is brilliant whether you’re from Ireland or not this trail is a great one. Taking you through a great variety of areas.

We started the trail from Kilmashogue instead of Marlay Park. As a newbie hiker, I find the trail is quite manageable and properly marked. The view along the trail is beautiful, especially when we reached Prince William's Seat.

Walk from Leixlip to Drumcondra. Took about 3 hours, 30 minutes. Easy level walk, mostly on paved or gravel surface, some sections on grass/mud. Nice walk from rural to urban area.

This trail is considered as moderate but if you come through Tribbedan is not that difficult to complete it. Be careful with the wood pathway because it can be slippery! The view is breathtaking.

Great Hike

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