Hiking and BikingBog of Frogs Loophttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Bog_of_Frogs_LoopHowth Head, a peninsula 15km northeast of Dublin City, has been immortalised in James Joyce’s Ulysses.Hiking and BikingCycleways Ltd.http://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Cycleways_LtdCity centre bicycle shop.Sports & ActivitiesHiking and BikingDublin City Bike Tourshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/dublin city Bike Tours Join us on a fun, easy paced and Eco Friendly tour of Dublin's fair city with local guides to show you the sights.Sports & ActivitiesHiking and BikingCity ToursDublin Mountains Partnershiphttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Dublin_Mountains_PartnershipThe Dublin Mountains Partnership or DMP was set up in May 2008 with the ultimate aim of improving the recreational experience for users of the Dublin Mountains, whilst recognising the objectives and constraints of the various landowners.Sports & ActivitiesHiking and BikingDublinbikeshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/vd_DublinbikesAlmost 500 bicycles are available for use in the capital after Dublin Corporation officially launched its new city bike scheme. The 450 bikes are available for hire from 40 locations around the city, to encourage commuters & tourists to take a greener option.Sports & ActivitiesHiking and BikingDun Laoghaire Pier (East Pier)http://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Dun_Laoghaire_PierIt is no wonder that some 1.3 million people walk Dun Laoghaire’s East Pier every year, passing jangling masts and an elegant bandstand en route to the 19th-century battery at the harbour mouth.Hiking and BikingDublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Extreme Irelandhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Extreme_IrelandExtreme Ireland is a tour operating company that provides adventure tours as guided trips and adventure courses throughout Ireland.Hiking and BikingTour OperatorsDay Tours from DublinHerbert Parkhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Herbert_ParkHerbert Park is named after Sidney Herbert (1810-1861), the father of the Earl of Pembroke who, in 1903, offered the site to Pembroke Urban District Council for development as a public park.Hiking and BikingParks & GardensHilltop Trekshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Hilltop_TreksHilltoptreks – Activity Day Tours of Wicklow. Glendalough - PowerscourtHiking and BikingGuided Walking ToursTour OperatorsDay Tours from DublinHowth Coastal Pathhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Howth_Coastal_PathAt the northern tip of Dublin Bay, prepare yourself for a picturesque walk over cliff tops as you circle Howth head . With its stunning panoramic views, glance north to County Down’s Mountains of Mourne, south to the lush green Wicklow Mountains, and straight ahead for the expanse of Dublin city and its bay in between.Hiking and BikingIrish Day Tourshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Irish_Day_ToursIrish Day Tours is a tour operating company that specializes in providing quality tours throughout Ireland.Hiking and BikingTour OperatorsDay Tours from DubliniWalk: A Bracing Walk - Malahide to Portmarnockhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/A_Bracing_Walk_-_Malahide_to_Portmarnock_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursHiking and BikingiWalk: Croke Parkhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/Croke_Park_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursCity ToursHiking and BikingiWalk: Dalkey & Dun Laoghairehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/Dalkey_and_Dun_Laoghaire_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursCity ToursHiking and BikingiWalk: Georgian Dublinhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/Georgian_Dublin_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursCity ToursHiking and BikingiWalk: Guinnesshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/Guinness_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursCity ToursHiking and BikingiWalk: Howthhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/Howth_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursDay Tours from DublinHiking and BikingiWalk: In the Steps of Ulysseshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/In_the_Steps_of_Ulysses_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursCity ToursHiking and BikingiWalk: Kilmainham - a special place in historyhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/Kilmainham_-_a_special_place_in_history_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursCity ToursHiking and BikingiWalk: Temple Bar to the Docklandshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/Temple_Bar_to_the_Docklands_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursCity ToursHiking and BikingiWalk: The Historic Northsidehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/The_Historic_Northside_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursCity ToursHiking and BikingiWalk: Viking & Medieval Dublinhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Guided_Walking_Tours/Viking_and_Medieval_Dublin_iWalkDiscover Dublin at your own pace!Guided Walking ToursCity ToursHiking and BikingKilmashogue Forest Parkhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Kilmashogue_Forest_ParkKilmashogue is located in the Dublin Mountains, only a half hour bus or car journey's time from the centre of Dublin; 3.5 km west of Sandyford.Hiking and BikingPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Lower Cliff Loophttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Lower_Cliff_LoopHowth Head, a peninsula 15km northeast of Dublin City, has been immortalised in James Joyce’s Ulysses.Hiking and BikingPhoenix Parkhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/Phoenix_ParkThe Phoenix Park is one of the largest and most magnificent city parks in Europe at 707 hectares. It is an historic landscape of international importance and one of the largest designed landscapes in any European city.Hiking and BikingParks & GardensSlieve Eirehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Slieve EireSlieve Eire offers guided walks in the East Coast of Ireland, in the Dublin, Wicklow & Mourne Mountains. We provide variety of walks to suit all level of fitness.Sports & ActivitiesHiking and BikingCity ToursThe Grand Canal Wayhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/The_Grand_Canal_WayThe Grand Canal Way is a 114Km, long-distance walking trail. It is divided here into 9 sections each representing a half days walking. The trail starts at the Lucan Road Bridge and ends at Shannon Harbour (36th lock).Hiking and BikingThe Masts Loophttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/The_Masts_LoopHowth Head, a peninsula 15km northeast of Dublin City, has been immortalised in James Joyce’s Ulysses.Hiking and BikingThe Metalshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/The_MetalsThe Metals is the historic route that once brought stone from Dalkey Quarry to the great harbour works in Dun Laoghiare.Hiking and BikingDublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)The Royal Canal Wayhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Hiking_and_Walking/The_Royal_Canal_WayThe Royal Canal Way is a 77km, long-distance walking trail. It is divided here into 7 sections each representing a half days walking. The trail start at Ashtown (lock 10) and ends in Mullingar.Hiking and BikingTramline Loophttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/Local_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/Sports_and_Activities/vd_Tramline_LoopHowth Head, a peninsula 15km northeast of Dublin City, has been immortalised in James Joyce’s Ulysses. Howth is a bustling village that offers visitors a myriad of attractions - look out for Lambay Island, Ireland’s Eye, Howth Castle, The National Transport Museum, the Martello Tower and the Baily Lighthouse. Wildlife enthusiasts will adore this area, particularly Ireland’s Eye and its bird sanctuary which boasts guillemots, razorbills, fulmars, gulls and gannets. If you’re lucky, you may even see grey seals diving for fish just offshore.Sports & ActivitiesHiking and Biking