Bray Head Cliff walk flyerCome and explore the Garden County! Wicklow is a hillwalkers delight. We are located under the beautiful backdrop of Bray Head, which boasts spectacular views over the Dublin and Wicklow Coastline, taking in views of Dalkey Island, as well as views of the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains beyond. Stunning 365 degree panoramic views will take your breath away after a climb up to the iconic cross at the top of Bray Head. It also boasts the infamous Bray-Greystones-Bray Cliff Walk, with amazing views of the beautiful rugged east coast.

Cliff Walk

Following the train line between Bray and Greystones, this well maintained walk offers stunning and dramatic views along steep sea cliffs. Includes train journey back to Bray. Height 127 meters – Grade Easy -3hours

Ridge Walk

Climbing to the top of Bray Head we follow the ridge line on a well maintained path to Windgates. includes bus journey back to Bray. Height 241 meters- Grade Easy – 3 hours

Main Historical Points of Interest

Medieval Church 12th Century(linked to Saint Patrick), Brandy Hole – Smugglers Caves, Lord Meath Toll Gate, 1867 Train Crash, Naylor’s Cove, Flora & Fauna.

Bray Head is an excellent location for spotting Falcons, Kestrels, many Seabirds as well as Dolphins, Basking Sharks and Whale Watching.

Heather, Bracken and Gorse dominate most of Bray Head. The Cliffs are also home to the Common Lizard (Irelands only species of Lizard).

Price: 25Euro per person minimum group of ten

Pick up and departure from Bray Dart Station.

You should bring– Walking boots, Lunch, Drinking Water and Rain Gear if rain is forecast!

These trails and walks are suitable for all ages. Come and appreciate the great outdoors and marvel at the beauty of our wonderful mountains and seascapes.

Book by email or phone

info@brayadventures.ie  /  0873669999