Explore the most popular Mountain Biking 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.

hiking
muddy
4 days ago

hiking
5 days ago

lovely walk. bit muckie in places .wind at the top frighten. in November. good boots and jacket most definitely

hiking
blowdown
no shade
rocky
11 days ago

hiking
muddy
off trail
rocky
1 month ago

walking
rocky
1 month ago

Weather was lovely when we did the hike! Grateful. No plastic or beer bottles to be seen, which was pleasing. We took the train to Bray and the trail was easy to find. We just followed everyone with backpacks on. First you walk past the beach, we saw a-lot of sail boats. The trail was moderate and parts where you we had to climb stairs. The view was incredible, and I found sweet wild berries to eat as we walked. Bring a jacket with you it does get cold in the shade. We completed our walk around 5ish, walked all the way to Greystones. We got a bit confused with the construction going on. Look a bit like ghost town at first — but when we reached the harbor we saw the village started on the other side of the construction. Note if you want to go for a beer and food there are lovely pubs/restaurants in the village! Just take a turn before the harbor and walk straight in to the village.

Trail is beautiful but needs to be marked better for people who are doing it for the first time. You can hear and see the river for the full trail. Amazing place.

walking
off trail
1 month ago

This one is really nice- easy to find the start and very scenic- you can stick to the trail or find your own and stay close to the stream. Perfect for dog walking, and nothing too strenuous. Managed to slip down a hill twice and daughter went right into the stream, purely due to lack of sense rather than anything dangerous... only downside stopping this getting a higher rating is there was some litter around. But really good.

running
muddy
rocky
1 month ago

hiking
blowdown
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

mountain biking
muddy
off trail
1 month ago

Excellent trail need time to really enjoy this trail, loads of parking and easy acres to the trails

walked up to the cross well worth d climb. there is a nearer car parkto the cliff if you ho up the town and take the vivay rd and then st Patrick's school

Excellent but be careful not for electronic MTB because stair not passable without carrying his bike.

hiking
2 months ago

There are 3 paths possible that you can take. it is the same beginning and the purple trail is the longest and the hardest (regular mud during the trail) The one that is present here is the red one (medium size)

Loved it seen lots of deer

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

Dog friendly, steep for the first third, stunning views, we had a clear day luckily. Bring warm clothing for the top.

backpacking
2 months ago

ever on a bad day the place was spectacular

Absolutely beautiful trail. Easy walking and breathtaking views the whole way. Helps that I was lucky with the weather

mountain biking
rocky
2 months ago

running
2 months ago

The trail shown is actually the yellow one, not the blue one, and it is 6.4km long. It is beautiful and once you go up the hill there were no more people, only forest, water, birds, and bridges. :) The trail is not always marked well. There are many unmarked paths, just make sure you only turn when you see the yellow mark. It starts directly from the parking lot (no markings) between the parking and the road. Keep going until you see the first yellow marking, cross the bridge and go left up the hill. From then on it is marked until abou km 4 or 5 when you reach a semi-paved road. There you will no longer see yellow markers, only 1 red one leading back to the parking lot. There are only a couple of uphill bits so not too difficult. Good trail if you have been on a break and want to get back into it. I did the loop twice and it didn't get boring. :)

I do this walk with friends and my dog all the time - perfect for a Sunday stroll with beautiful sights of the coast and not far from Dublin.

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