While the Bray to Greystones Cliff walk remains partially closed there are alternative routes to explore the great outdoors here in Bray.
Cathaoirleach of Bray Municipal District, Cllr Anne Ferris, said: “ I would encourage everyone to abide by the safety signage on the Cliff Walk and their route in advance. I would recommend people walk a portion of the Cliff Walk and return to Bray to enjoy what the seafront in Bray has to offer.”
Advice to Walkers
Leave no trace (Principal of Outdoor Ethics) please adhere to this code on any trips to the outdoors.
- Plan ahead and prepare
- Dispose of waste properly or take it home with you.
- Leave what you find
- Be considerate of others
- Respect other walkers and cyclists
- Respect the rules of the road
- DOGS should always be kept on a lead
- Wicklow County Council are not responsible for any damage or falls
- Part of this route is very challenging
- Have the correct apparel and walking shoes
- Take adequate clothing food and fluid
- If you encounter any emergency difficulties contact the emergency services on 999/112
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Walkers it is perfectly safe to walk from Bray along the Cliff Walk as far as the Windgates steps where you can take the alternative route from there which is quite challenging or you can return on the cliff walk back to Bray.
The Greystones side is extremely dangerous and is closed in certain spots.
Read more about the Cliff Walk here.