Bray Head, Bray
Categories: Mountains, Nature & Parks
Stretch your legs and take in panoramic views from the peak of Bray Head. This 241 m (791 ft) hill and headland is part of the Wicklow Mountains and a popular hiking spot. The highest point is marked with a concrete cross, erected here in 1950. You can reach the cross via a footpath, formed by rainwater, which begins at the parking lot. You'll be rewarded after the steep climb with far-reaching views. Locals allege you can see all the way to the mountains in Wales, on especially clear days. Bring snacks and water with you, as there are no facilities on the hill. Be aware that the path can be slippery; walking shoes are recommended. To visit Bray Head on your trip to Bray, use our Bray vacation trip planner.
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Those who are keen on physical exertions will appreciate this, others who enjoy a nice stroll will enjoy it, the kids may find it a bit boring as there are no electronic distractions along the way! th... read more »
Nice climb through the woods - Good workout. Wonderful views at the top. Can be very slippery wear appropriate footwear and take care.
Enjoyed the beautiful scenery on a lovely warm evening. So peaceful. We also enjoyed the train trip to Greystones.
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