Bray Head Loop Walk is a 5.5 km trail of moderate difficulty near to the seaside town of Bray in County Wicklow. Forming part of the Wicklow Mountains, Bray Head is a heath and hill of 790 ft and part of it juts out into the Irish Sea. At the top of the hill there is a stone cross, put there in the Holy year of 1950. With stunning sea views and its close proximity to the city of Dublin, this is a popular trail. Dogs on a lead are permitted, young children will need to be closely supervised due to the sheer drops.
Park at the Cliff Walk car park in Raheen Park and take the trail with red arrows on a black background.