Bray Head Cliff Walk

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Bray Head Cliff Walk
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Robyn S
4 contributions
Nov 2021
takes about 1.5/2hrs. Very easy mostly flat all the way, stunning views of the coast, easy to spot boats and birds and other wildlife along the way. Very easy to follow a straight line most of the way. Runs along the DART (train) line. easy to do the walk one way and hop on the DART to get back from where you came instead of walking all the way back again.
Written 24 November 2021
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francispkelly3
Kildare, Ireland7 contributions
Nov 2021 • Couples
Prepare yourself with good quality and comfortable walking boots to enjoy this beautiful Cliff walk with incredible scenery... We were blessed with beautiful sunny weather
Written 20 November 2021
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barrynolan007
Bray, Ireland5 contributions
Nov 2021
It’s a lovely place for a family day out, surrounded by good restaurant and pubs. One of the best visitors attractions easily accessible by dart and bus .
Written 7 November 2021
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ferg17
Rayleigh, UK527 contributions
Sep 2021 • Friends
Did the walk from bray to greystones. As we were short of time we parked the car at greystones and caught the dart to Bray. Then walked back alongside the cliff path. Lovely walk on a hot sunny morning
Written 28 September 2021
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Jacqueline R
Cork, Cork, Ireland497 contributions
Jun 2021 • Friends
Walked from Bray to Greystones on a beautiful sunny day. The heat was intense but the views were certainly worth it. It’s a mostly level walk with only one or two areas with steps or an incline.

We walked early in the day when the crowds are less. This worked out well as there are some quite narrow areas where it’s pretty much single file.

The views of Bray Head, the sea, the cliffs and the railway below are spectacular. There are a number of little viewing points along the route, perfect for a photo opportunity.
Written 18 July 2021
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AoifeGri
Dublin, Ireland38 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
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.
Written 1 October 2020
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Colette S
Cork, Ireland85 contributions
Sep 2020
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.
Written 14 September 2020
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MelK
Dunlavin, Ireland77 contributions
Sep 2020 • Friends
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!
Written 8 September 2020
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KevConn58
Dundalk, Ireland89 contributions
Sep 2020 • Solo
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!
Written 8 September 2020
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Escape790853
1 contribution
Sep 2020
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.
Written 2 September 2020
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