Of moderate difficulty, this linear trail is 2.4 km long with an elevation gain of just over 420 ft. The trail begins from the car park at the treetop adventure area at the base of Tibadden hill, on the edge of the Dublin Mountains and climbs steadily up the woodland path to an open and rather barren hillside. At the top of this hill is a prehistoric Cairn, once the holding place of a cinerary urn of Bródáin, a man of unknown rank, origin and reputation. The urn and cairn both suggest that he was a prominent and powerful man, but that is a mystery we will probably never know. The views from here are fine however; Dublin, the coast, Howth Head, even the Mourne Mountains to the north can be seen on a clear day. A great trail for all the hikers in the family, including the dog, on a lead of course, although not suitable for pushchairs. To get back to the car you just retrace your steps.