Attempt One Of These 23 Beaut Walks In And Around Dublin This Sunday

How better to explore the capital than on foot?

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Happy Sunday, folks!

Already feeling that chocolate coma coming on? 

Yeah, us too. 

But why not put a little pep in your step today and tackle a walk?

Here are some stellar walks in and around Dublin that you have to try at least once in your life. Make a list and start ticking 'em off. 

1. The Great South Wall walk

More details here

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2. Howth Head cliff walk

Never fails to amaze. More details here

3. The Botanic Gardens

One of the wonders of the Northside. More info here

4. Ticknock Walk 

More details here

5. Along Grand Canal 

As majestic now as it ever was. Info here, not that you even need it. 

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6. Phoenix Park

You can't go wrong with a good stretch 'o' the legs here. 

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7. The Hell Fire Club 

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8. Bray to Greystones cliff walk 

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9. Carrickgollogan Forest Walk 

Full details here

10. The Dodder walk 

Details for this beautiful walk here

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11. Rogerstown Estuary

A decent drive out of the city, but no better way to get back to nature and enjoy the countryside. Info here

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12. Clontarf prom 

Stunning views across the bay and a great place for a walk or jog no matter the weather.

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13. Red Island, Skerries

Go find this stunning spot. 

14. Loughshinny

This small seaside village in between Skerries and Rush is pure class. Info here

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15. North Bull Island

The Bull is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, so this is primarily a nature walk. This is an amazing place in for birdwatching and a must see for nature lovers. Walking route here

16. Portmarnock to Malahide

Easily one of the most scenic parts of Dublin.

17. Killiney Hill 

This photo alone should convince you. 

18. Tibradden Walk 

All the deets here

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19. Bushy Park 

Sweeping grounds and it's dog-friendly! Sorted. Details here

20. Griffeen Valley Dog Park 

Another glorious dog-friendly spot. We love this one

21. Herbert Park 

A little slice of heaven on the outskirts of the city. 

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22. Sandymount 

Start on the seafront and stroll back towards idyllic Sandymount Green for a coffee. 

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23. St Anne's Park 

Just a stone's throw my Clontarf seafront – this one's a beaut

Might even see a few of these guys while you're there. 

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So go, get out there and tackle one of these walks. 

Header image: @rawdublin 

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Written By

Alana Laverty

Just a Galway gal eating and writing her way around Dublin alana@lovin.com / @alanalav

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