This is an ""Invite from Lets Walk Let's Hike""....­..

 

This is a Meet -up hosted by Kieran Forde from and on his own Meet-up!!.

 

Let's Walk Let's Hire ~ Details here as follows....


Bray to Howth.With stops in Dun~Laoighaire and Clontarf for approx 30 minutes.This walk should talk approx 7 hours to complete.The walk is approx 35km and should take approx 7 hours including breaks.We'll meet outside Bray Dart Station at 11:01am and be gone by 11:11am.Sign up even if you'd like to do only part of this walk. Marco Polo attempted this in 1298 but gave up at Sutton Cross after twisting his ankle.He was quoted as saying "Jaysus, that's a feckin' long one alright...I'll sleep tonight".He jumped on the Dart and left the country the following day, never to return.So why not do something Marco Polo failed to do? :-))

 

Many thanks, Kieran for the Invite's for everybody within the Adventure Group!!.

Hope the weather will be good on the day.

Kaz 

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  • Juliet

    NO WAY !!!! This is mad , I have been looking for someone to complete this hike with me ! Here Its :) but wrong day bollox :(
    I can't believe it .
    I have hike from Dun~Laoighaire to howth in the past .Its a tough hike but very rewarding. I have always wanted to do Bray to Howth . I hope this will be on again .

    March 28, 2013

  • Maria Elena J.

    I injured my leg last weekend so I am out of action for a couple of weeks :(

    March 27, 2013

  • Miller A.

    i'm borderline as i already live in howth.

    March 25, 2013

  • Niall L.

    Sorry Can't go

    February 15, 2013

  • Fiona M.

    Might be away, but if not, yes deffo to this.

    February 7, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Would love to, but away that weekend

    February 7, 2013

    • Kaz

      No Problem Sheona.

      February 7, 2013

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