Bright and early Sunday morning, a group of friends and I made our way to Howth (ho-th), Ireland.
While walking along the northern coast of Dublin Bay there is some feeling of serenity.
The walk from the train to the summit was about 5km. This trip is fun and laid back as there are several points to stop and take a break off the path. At the beginning of the trail there is a cute coffee/food shop with such sweet dogs! As we made our way up the trail you start to see the coastline and people jumping from the cliffs into the water. Some of my friends even spotted a seal!
Highly recommend this hike for anyone around Dublin! We took the green path which is fairly easy and defined. Generally, there are 5 paths: The Black Linn loop (aka the Red Route), The Bog of Frogs loop (aka the Purple Route), The Howth Cliff Path loop (aka the Green Route), The Tramline Loop (aka the Blue Route), and last is the short path which starts at Howth Head Peak and goes to The Summit (parking lot).
After the walk, we decided to stop in the town and grab a traditional dish of fish and chips!