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This is just a gem to visit. It is one of the iconic places close to Dublin.
It is a great place to go for a walk and you have fantastic views.
There is not much one can say about it except don't miss the...More
First time doing this walk.Would very much recommend it.For a moderately fit person the round trip to the car park can be done in an hour.Even though it does not take long to get up to the summit i still more than broke a sweat...More
What a lovely way to spend a free day climbing this fabulous mountain. The views from the top are amazing on a clear day. The climb is not that difficult my 9 year old and 7 year old practically ran up. Prepare yourself for sore...More
This mountain is great for people of all fitness levels. It took about 40 min to reach the top, the last stretch is steep and can be tricky as the rocks are very big and there are plenty of them. Fantastic views when you reach...More
Went early on Sunday morning for sunrise hike. Sun was rising 5:46 I started my hike at 5am and made to the top in 45min. 50% first part of hike is easy, the end is very steep but even kids can do it. I was...More
The walk itself to the top of the Sugar Loaf isn't that hard and it's quite short (maybe 40minutes). There are some loose rocks so good footwear is essential. The views of Bray and Greystones and the surrounding are from the top of the Sugar...More
This was a great walk despite the blustery conditions.There was signs mapping out paths.Easy climb even the children were able to go most of the way ,views were outstanding only negative was the car park and lack of facilities we had to go because the...More