Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Ireland with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

lovely easy walk.

came here to bike but singn in fron of car park showing not allowed to mountain bike. so i just walked. it is easy walk

Lovely walk... super busy though on a Sunday.

Beautifull walk, breathtaking views and not very difficult so perfecf for relaxing sunday

Spectacular views and fabulous weather.Gets very busy as the day progresses. I couldn’t believe the amount of people who wear flip flops on this walk, you need good footwear for this walk.

hiking
13 days ago

Lovely route, would recommend starting early as there is limited shade near the top.

Very nice trail, amazing views, yellow flowers fields in spring, I prefer to start in Greystones and walk to Bray

walking
21 days ago

Perfect lazy Sunday

Beautiful sight but pretty long

Very close to Dublin city. If you’re looking for a short walk close do Dublin, this place is perfect.

Absolutely stunning

Less than hour away from dublin, so much worth going. Beautiful views, well marked path. Really relaxing!

Not 5 stars just because there is a substantial part of the walk on asphalt. Totally worth it, breathtaking views.

I started with climbing Bray head, and walked over the cliffs to Greystones. On the end of the path you can turn right that brings you to the road where you can go to Greystones, or you can climb down the rocks for maybe 2 meters and you will find a steep wild path that will bring you to the original cliff trail. I did the last one. Then I went back by the original cliff trail to Bray. But you can also take the DART.
Personaly, I find the upper trail over the cliffs more beautiful then the original trail.

walking
8 months ago

Great hike with lovely views and gorgeous weather!

One of my favorite places on Earth, so far. I hiked the cliff walk with my daughter and it was beautiful and so peaceful. Be sure to carry a light rain jacket, since you never know when there will be a light sprinkle. I love Greystones.

Love it here

hiking
Monday, March 20, 2017

Nice views on a clear day. Choice of 2 different routes. Blue
or red. Red is about 16km and takes you to summit and back. Blue is about 8km. I've added photo of map and routes..

Sunday, February 05, 2017

Really enjoyed this walk with so many different routes to take on the way to the top.

A bit too easy and short and too many people on trail.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

beautiful october day. 2 hours to summit

Friday, October 14, 2016

Good views, not a very difficult trail.

walking
Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Nice walk lovely views

We went to the cross and then followed the upper walk. Later on we joined the lower walk to get back. The weather was wonderful and it made all the difference

hiking
Saturday, June 04, 2016

Wonderful

hiking
Saturday, October 10, 2015

Very fun! We went a few years ago in April and it was gorgeous. Really was 4 seasons in a day as they say. Hot and humid, then cool and rainy. The hike itself isn't very strenuous, although the trail was washed out in some places and we had to take a detour, but it was still loads of fun. This was awhile back though, so it may be fixed by now. There were two chances to take side trails: one down to a beautiful beach with large cliffs, and one up to a cross overlooking the ocean.

walking
Monday, August 03, 2015

Nice path along the river

hiking
Saturday, August 31, 2013

A great, not too strenuous hike with nice views. When we went, the trail was pretty flooded. In winter, it can sometimes be closed due to bad weather, so be careful about when you do this hike. But overall, though freezing, it was a great experience! We went from Greystones to Bray, but you can do it in either direction (or round-trip, though if you're taking the BART out, you might as well do it one-way because you can take the BART to one end and pick it up again at the other). Loved it!

Monday, June 04, 2012

cracking walk great views and v good directions

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