Dublin Mountain Experience Interactive Map

Discover the Dublin mountain trails, hikes, viewing points, cafes, outdoor adventures using this handy google map.

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Dun Laoghaire Town

Our Dun Laoghaire map guides you through the heritage, retail, parks, walks and hidden gems that the beautiful town of Dun Laoghaire has to offer. Pop in to our tourism office to find out more.


Well Worth The Climb

Activities, trails, biking & stunning views. Explore all that the mountains have to offer with this visitor map.

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Urban Splash

Discover the coast and the beautiful chain of villages that colour the seascape.

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Trails to explore in DLR

Experience the best walks & hikes of the Dublin Mountains on five of our main trails.  Discover incredible viewing points, forests, a lead mine, a bronze age hillfort, a 6th century church ruin & a trek to pucks castle.

Tibradden Wood (Pine Forest)

Tibradden or Teach Bruadain (the house of Bruadain) lies between Cruagh and Kilmashogue mountains and is about 320m above sea level.

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Kilmashogue offers up to 10 km of mountain and forest walks with some spectacular views of Dublin City.

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Barnaslingan Wood is a Coillte forest situated on the eastern slope of The Scalp (meaning crevice, chasm or cleft) one of the most spectacular natural features in the Dublin area.

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Carrickgollogan Wood, located in the south east corner of Co. Dublin comprises around 85ha (210acres) of mixed woodland including Lodgepole pine, Noble fir, Japanese larch, Lawson cypress, Scots pine, Birch and Beech. In addition furze and heather can be found on unplanted areas/ditches.

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Ticknock offers up to 10 km of mountain and forest walks with some spectacular views of Dublin City, Dublin Bay, Bray Head and Wicklow Mountains.

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Travel by DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) from Dublin to Dún Laoghaire. The journey offers spectacular views of Dublin Bay. With trains running every 5 minutes during rush hour periods and every 15 minutes during the day, it is definitely one of the most convenient ways to arrive. Irish Rail is the national rail service and operates a regular service throughout the country including stops at Dún Laoghaire.


Dún Laoghaire is serviced by Dublin Bus to and from Dublin City and Bray in Wicklow. There is also a comprehensive network covering the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown area. Nightlink services run on every hour on the hour from Trinity College from midnight to 3am on Saturday and Sunday nights.

Getting Here


Dublin is connected to the M50. Dún Laoghaire is located approximately 7 kilometres south of the motorway. Exit 15 (Leopardstown/Carrickmines) or Exit 16 (Loughlinstown/Cherrywood) will lead to the N11, from which Dún Laoghaire is well signed and should take approximately 10-15 minutes to arrive.From the City Centre take the N11 via Stillorgan or via Blackrock on the R118 to head for Dún Laoghaire. Both routes are well sign posted.


There are a number of ways you can get around via bike in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. Whether it’s an E-Bike or a classic push bike there are a range of options for you to try out.