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simon3: Track 3966 in area near Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Bray to Killiney
Length: 8.7km, Creator time taken: 1h56m, Ascent: 24m,
Descent: 37m

Places: Start at O26638 18464, end at O25974 24393 6km N from Start
Logged as completed by 1
This is another walk in the continuing series of trips along the east coast of Ireland.
It uses public transport. The start via the Dublin Bus 145, the end is at the Killiney Dart station.
The beach has been eroding strongly and in this picture the remains of a substantial structure has fallen into the sea.

Generally the walk is under a cliff of clay mixed with a variety of boulders. This would not be a safe place to be at high tide with strong waves since there is no escape.

Uploaded on: Thu, 25 Oct 2018 (08:03:14)
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British summit data courtesy:
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