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Unquestionably my favourite trail in Dublin. Rain or shine, summer or winter. However, best in summer when Deer park forest is in full blossom. Also a great trail to pick magic mushrooms in October. Not a hard trail, no need to dress like an astronaut! Wonderful cliff jumps into the sea near the Bailey lighthouse and great cliff fishing spots as you get close to Howth village. Suitable to run, not cycle.

Probably the most organized and well thought trail system I’ve ever been on! Their is a manned information booth which provide maps of selected hikes. The trail is well marked. And you finish directly across the street from the DART train station. Plenty of excellent seafood restaurants there. Doesn’t get any better than this!

Beautiful views and well manicured trail. Perfect for family outing. Amble parking after searching for it.

walking
3 months ago

Amazing walk! Great views and can stop at the pub for lunch at the top!

A fair bit along roads. Good terrain for walking with a pram. Extremely flat, would call it a walk rather than a hike. But it's a lovely beach!

Fantastic trail with great views. Local map shows several trails in the area with shorter routes. This is listed on local map as 10km called Bog of Frogs trail. Follow purple arrows.

Beautiful beach scenery. An easy walk.

hiking
4 months ago

Beautiful views and easy navigation + chances to wander off trail. Would definitely do it again (and maybe I’d bring a beach towel).

Beautiful!

hiking
5 months ago

Amazing views, cliffs, beach, forest, golf field, etc.

hiking
5 months ago

Great hike with awesome views! Great seafood in this fishing village after the hike!

hiking
6 months ago

Very easy but pleasing the the eyes

Just flat out stunning! We hiked this trail in March, but caught a hint of wild flowers. Stark beauty every direction.

bomb.com

Thursday, October 19, 2017

A tipical and beatiful walk for a Sunday afternoon. I realy love it when every thing is yellow by the whinbushes.

backpacking
Saturday, September 02, 2017

Easy to get to from Dublin. I took the DART from Connolly Station, about 30-35 minutes, and 6.15 Euro for a return. Not a bad deal. After enjoying the piers, walk to the end of the shops away from the station and follow the road uphill. You will eventually come to the start of the trail. You are in for spectacular views from the cliffs for about the next 2-3 miles. There is a treacherous path of old steps down to a secret beach close to the 5 mile point, but I'll say no more - It wouldn't be a secret then, would it? Just keep your eyes open for offshoot paths.

From the halfway point, the views are fewer as you move into the greenery, but lots of delicious wild blackberries to snack on as a consolation prize. When you turn inland, you should be keen to enjoy the woods, and crossing a road and a golf course. Past the golf course, the trail starts to get well worn again, and you're on the home stretch, through the neighborhoods of the village and down to the bus stop right across from the DART station.

Great hike, if a little boring at the end, but you could easily go the other way, and get the boring stuff over right away.

Slainte!

hiking
Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Brilliant

Friday, October 14, 2016

Full loop is great. Beautiful views. Varied terrain. Will do again.

walking
Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Very nice walk for a day trip/picnic

Monday, September 12, 2016

Nice stroll

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