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Walking and hiking

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Dun Laoghaire Harbours Walks & Vistas

One of the most well know walks in Dublin, the east pier at Dun Laoghaire Harbour is a 2km round trip with views of Dublin Bay, Sandycove, Howth & Pool Beg towers. An ice cream or a bag of chips are a must!

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Dublin Mountain Way

A 42km trek across the Dublin Mountains, this trail can be enjoyed in small pieces or all at once from Shankill on the coast to Tallaght to the west of the city.

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Killiney Hill

A short but steep walk from the carpark & playground up past the café to the highest point overlooking Killiney beach and out to Bray in Co Wicklow.

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Walk the Wicklow way

A well beaten trail of 127km from Marlay Park at the foot of the Dublin Mountains, through Co Wicklow (The Garden of Ireland) to Co Carlow. Choose pieces to enjoy or pack a bag to brave the whole route.

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Shankhill to Scalp loop

Take the train to Shankill and at Bradys Pub in the village you will find the trail to Barnaslinga Wood where the most stunning views in the county can be found at the Scalp.

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Rathmicheal Walk

Known for its luscious green forest, Rathmichael is home to Pucks Castle & stunning coastal views from its highest point.

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