Cliff Walk Car Park Bray, Bray

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Hike around a coastal cliff and get some great views on Cliff Walk Car Park Bray, often used by locals to move between towns along the coast. Seabirds nest in the rocks and take flight over your head, and the water breaks against cliffs in windy weather. The 7 km (4.3 mi) trail follows the train line, so you can travel back to Bray after your walk with a quick ride on the rails. It's an easy walk, accessible to all skill levels and protected from the steep cliffs by a stone barricade that blends well with the natural surroundings. Using our international travel planner, Bray attractions like Cliff Walk Car Park Bray can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The idea of the cliff walk from Bray to Greystones to make, I came the other day quite spontaneously. It's worth of the views here in any case, however, you should consider a few things: the previous day it had rained and there were some quite large Pfitzen on the way. I got myself properly wet feet! Also, I would recommend sturdy shoes because the path is sometimes quite Rocky and narrow. With sneakers one does there not necessarily getting a fallen.
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  • A beautiful walk with stunning views. It's worth parking up in bray and walk to greystones and getting the dart back for the views from the Dart. Try go on an off peak time because it's a small width ...  more »
  • Despite being out of shape and scared of heights, I did this today with a tour group and actually walked ahead of everyone, beating them all. I am so proud of myself as it’s just under 6 miles. It was...  more »
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  • Beautiful walk with different terrain throughout, however, it would be an easy enough walk for every fitness level. Stunning views all the way regardless of what way you're walking from and to
  • The Bray Cliff Walk (Bray seafront to Greystones harbor) The Bray cliff walk reaches from the bottom of Bray Head to Greystones Harbor. Its a walk along the coast and rail line. There are views of Bray Head, Dublin Bay, Dalkey Island all the way to Greystones beach. The surface is up and down, consisting of hard clay, loose gravel and rocks. The route goes from wide to very narrow in parts, its not suitable for families with a buggy at the narrow end, also you will be required to climb some steps and back down again further on. At the Greystones end there is massive construction at present and the route is diverted. You will have to walk on the pebble beach stones for a short period. One way will take you between an hour at a leisure pace and thirty five minutes if your really fit. I went at 7.30.AM and the sun was splitting the sky, it was a cracking day and its well worth the effort. When you reach Greystones you will find two different beaches both really nice. Greystones is a lovely little town with a variety of coffee houses, restaurants and brickabrack shops. So between the town of Bray and Greystones your sure to have a fabulous day out. So with all that going on why not take this walk and experience the reality for yourself. So get a good pair of hiking shoes on and get cracking because you no longer have an excuse now. Enjoy
  • Very scenic. A must go place
  • Great place to start an enjoyable walk
  • Great walk

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