The Cliff Walk Part 2

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Broadcaster and Dublin Northsider Jim Sherwin gets a bird’s eye view of Wicklow, along the cliff walk, from Bray to Greystones in County Wicklow, a journey he’s taken very often in the past. On his walk along the cliff Jim meets some local experts one of which is Brian Mac Aonghusa who tells him the story about the infamous train disaster that happened due to the relentless erosion of the line and its timber viaducts. He also meets Brian White at the ruins of St. Crispin’s Cell.

 
 

Presenter
Jim Sherwin

About
Jim Sherwin continues his walk along the cliff walk from Bray to Greystones and meets some local experts, one of whom is Brian Mac Aonghusa who tells him the story about the infamous train disaster that happened due to the relentless erosion of the line and its timber viaducts. He also meets Brian White at the ruins of St. Crispin’s Cell. At the end of Jim’s walk the path opens up to a view of the marina in Greystones before he strolls down Church Road to the DART station for the return journey to Bray.

Grade
Moderate, the route is marked with red arrows.

Distance
7km

Estimated time
2.5 hrs

Total height climbed
130m

Highest point
100m

Terrain Underfoot
Tracks and beach.

Where to Start
Bray Seafront - Follow the Promenade to the Southern End. Pay and Display Car Parking available.

Suitable for
Families with older children, walkers and groups . Dogs on leads welcome.

NOTES.
Return transport is available along the DART and by bus from Greystones main street and Train Station.