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Greystones Way

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The Greystones Way is an 8 km trail from Greystones Rail Station, up Whitshed Road through the Edwardian Burnaby, past ancient Kindlestown Castle, Kindlestown Heights, Bellvue Hill, Kindlestown Woods, Ballydonagh with lovely mountain views, Glenview N11 overbridge, Quill Road and on to Kilmacanogue where it meets the Sugarloaf Way around the west side of the mountain.

There it meets the Sugar Loaf Way (yellow arrows) around the west side of the mountain. Marked by white arrows on black marker posts in rural areas and attractive finger signs in urban areas. It is well served by public transport too – Greystones DART, Dublin Bus Numbers 184, 84 Glenview 184 bus, Kilmacanogue 45a, and Bus Eireann number 133.

 

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Bray Greystones Cliff Walk

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One of the highlights of walking in Wicklow. This linear walk takes you from Bray to Greystones along the stunning coastal path. The path is well maintained and you can return by light rail (DART) to the start point. Greystones has plenty to offer the hungry walker after beautiful views and a range of marine wildlife.  From Bray start, there is a path leading to the top of Bray Head offering stunning views of the Irish Sea, The Wicklow Mountains and Bray.

 

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Delgany Walking Trail

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The Delgany village is buffered by a variety of woodlands with vistas opening up southwards across the valley. Delgany Village, an archetypal rural enclave, is located beside Greystones overlooking the Three Trout Stream valley just off the N11.

We welcome you to enjoy Delgany Heritage Village Walking Trail.

You start your walk in the heart of the Village at the information unit opposite The Wicklow Arms. Delgany has many heritage features, places of interest and walking trails. The website is a guide to the village and the heritage walk.

You can contact us at delganycommunitycouncil@gmail.com

 

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Mass Path

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  • 4.4km there and back again (1 hour)
  • Grade: Class 3
  • Elevation change: less than 20 metres
  • Waymarking: green arrows
  • Dogs allowed on a lead

This historic walk leads from Kilcoole to the parish church of Kilquade. The Mass Path features beautiful views of the countryside, an old walled garden, Kilquade church, and at the turning around point an opportunity to stop at a garden centre café for refreshments.

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