We plan to add our own Local Trails here.
A Heritage Walk from Greystones Tidy Towns from The Grove area to the North of Greystones, through Delgany finishing at the Dart Station.
Click HERE to see.
Aaron van Dorn via Compfight
A Heritage Walk around Greystones from the Greystones Tidy Towns
through the Burnaby and to Killincarrig Castle.
Click HERE to see their Heritage Trail 2
William Murphy via Compfight
Tim Praschberger via Compfight
Deilgne, the Irish name for Delgany may have come from;
(a) dealg: a thorn (so Delgany might have been a thorny place).
(b) It may have been the name of a person
(b) or dearg: the colour red
The soil around the whole village is of a reddish colour.
This is particularly noticeable after rain.
Delgany village has a great website.
You can see it HERE
It includes a walking trail which you can see
if you click THIS LINK
Fearghal via Compfight
Click on THIS LINK to see ‘Trails of Greystones’:
a guide to a walking tour of Greystones
from Greystones Archaeological and Historical Society,
in association with the La Touche Legacy Committee
Giuseppe Milo via Compfight
Click HERE to read about the Cliff Walk from Greystones to Bray