We took the green 6 km trail and it was really a nice experience. There is a sense of the real wild nature.
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Some parts of the path along the cliffs are quite narrow. Wear walking shoes or boots as some places along the path are steep and rocky.
The cliff walks give great perspectives of the Irish Sea. To the north are Ireland’s Eye and Lambay Island, and south, the Liffey opening to the sea. All below are steep slopes to the water, gorse and grass giving way to rock faces with great...More
Walking the hills along the coast of the Irish Sea was the highlight of my day trip out to Howth. Stop by the information booth in town, on the village green, get get maps of the trails and ask about walking times, and stop by...More
Lovely walk, be prepared with walking shoes, boots, minimally runners. Can be steep in parts so if afraid of heights or very young children may not be suitable.
A beautiful walk especially on a clear day.A popular Walk for locals and tourists I would highly recommend this. Plenty of history attached to this part of Howth and great to see how the other half live .Amazing views and plenty of places to visit...More
Wonderful walk from Howth Harbour to Howth Head. Good shoes needed. Bring your camera, lots to give a memory.
Ah, what a view walking these hills! At one point there are no islands, just ocean when to look ahead & behind. Worth the visit!
I always make a point of going out to see the hills of Howth. The hills are lovely for a nice stroll on a sunny day. I would recommend taking a picnic and walking up some of the hills then relaxing for a few hours...More