Walk in Ireland, ascent 57m, length 9.6km
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Onzy: Track 3677 in area near East Coast (Ireland)
East Coast: Balbriggan to Laytown
Length: 9.6km, Creator time taken: 2h 3m, Ascent: 57m,
Descent: 59m

Places: Start at O20302 64323, end at O16598 70789 7.4km NW from Start
Logged as completed by 2
The walk starts at a seaside carpark towards the north of Balbriggan beside a Martello tower.

Coast beside the start.

At first there is a cliff edge.
Low tide view.
At low tides and at many points it is easier and possible to walk well away from the high tide mark.
Rippled texture.
This is a coastline with various notorious off shore rocks.
Wooden wreck.
The end of the walk is another carpark beside a GAA ground just south of the river in Laytown.
Look out for the Pitch and Putt - road to end carpark just beyond it.
Summary:
A great walk possible at most tide levels in most, but not all weather conditions.

Uploaded on: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 (00:59:15)
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