Malahide looped walks – 2. Malahide Castle Perimeter

Autumn leaves in Malahide Demesne
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This is the second in our series of looped walks mapped by Stephen Macdonagh.

Malahide Castle perimeter walk is just over 4k but there are many permutations and combinations in this wonderful facility. This walk takes you through beautiful woods – with great views of the castle.

You can easily combine a walk in the Castle with some or all of the Seamount and Paddy’s Hill walk . Please remember to share our paths roads and parks with care.

This walk is wheelchair accessible.

Length: 4 km
Surface: Mix of paved and crushed ash paths (good drainage after rain)
Footwear: Walking shoes / runners (no need for hiking boots)

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3 Responses to Malahide looped walks – 2. Malahide Castle Perimeter

  1. redkateblog says:

    Thanks so much for this great information, it is so helpful, cathy

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