Walk in Ireland, ascent 66m, length 8.8km
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Onzy: Track 3750 in area near East Coast (Ireland)
North Dublin Coastal Walk - Donabate to Portrane return
Length: 8.8km, Creator time taken: 1h11m, Ascent: 66m,
Descent: 94m

Places: Start at O22957 50138, end at O24712 49326 1.9km SE from Start
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Walk inland from Donabate to Portrane followed by the return along the coast. This 3k coastal stretch is well established locally and follows the water closely on a low cliff about 20 feet above the water. Erosion meant it was closed until recently but it is fully reopened now. Well worth a visit, but park instead at Donabate Beach, walk north to Portrane and return the way you came... the entire loop walk has more road walking than is ideal.

Uploaded on: Sat, 31 Mar 2018 (16:37:27)
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