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Bray Head Cliff Walk

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Bray Head Cliff Walk

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Guided Coastal Walk - Greystones to Bray
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Guided Coastal Walk - Greystones to Bray

This is a unique but very popular walk for Irish people in both Dublin and Wicklow. It is a beautiful walk where you can enjoy the sea breeze while looking across Dublin bay and other parts of Ireland's coastline. The towns of both Greystones and Bray are wonderful examples of Irish coastal villages and there are plenty to eat and drink after your walk. <br>Your Guide will be able to tell you the history of the Vikings in Ireland, the Victorian influence in these areas and why these towns became very popular holiday destinations in the 19th century Ireland.
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AoifeGri wrote a review Oct 2020
Dublin, Ireland38 contributions6 helpful votes
Walked from Greystones to Bray instead but what views! A lovely walk with some great places for photos and bird watching. Different places to go off and sit on a small beach if you wanted. The walk is about 7km overall, with some steps and small hills (recovering from leg injury when we did the walk but still very doable!). The time will depend on how quick you walk and if you stop to take photos, look around etc. There was an ice cream truck about 2km into the walk whixh was the best thing! It was so warm and the treat was just needed after being in the heat.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Colette S wrote a review Sep 2020
Cork, Ireland55 contributions46 helpful votes
If you're visiting Bray/Greystones, this cliff walk will of course be top of your list of things to do. Really enjoyed it with nice seaviews as well as the train line. It is about 6.5 kms with some gentle gradients that will suit most levels of fitness. I would advise going early in the day or later in the afternoon when the crowds have gone. Many sections of the path are very narrow and difficult to pass when meeting others. I walked both directions and found my journey back to be much quieter and enjoyable.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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MelK wrote a review Sep 2020
Dunlavin, Ireland72 contributions31 helpful votes
1st time doing this walk even thought I’ve lived in Wicklow for years. We were blessed with the weather & it wasn’t too busy. It’s a nice walk for a few hours, really enjoyed it!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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KevConn58 wrote a review Sep 2020
Dundalk, Ireland82 contributions25 helpful votes
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So I decided to get this trip off my bucket list! Took the train to Bray and hiked the cliff walk to Greystones!! This walk is approx 6.5 km long with reasonable underfoot conditions! The walk takes you right along the edge of Bray head offering soectacular views of Dublin Bay and the Irish Sea!! It took me 90 minutes to complete the walk. I would highly recommend this walk!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Escape790853 wrote a review Sep 2020
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Smell of dog wee/poo was something shocking in parts of the walk and a few dog litters along the way.. no investment from wicklow coco obviously for the upkeep of the walk at all with overgrown briars and nettles flash floods. In comparison to the cliffs of mother it's not even worth ranking.. maybe they should provide dog litter bags so people might pick up there litter after them.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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