With so many people arriving wide-eyed, bushy-tailed & bushwacked into our town these days, it’s good to know that Greystones is constantly making plans for its visitors.
Once you’ve stood in The Happy Pear queue, tutted at the new harbour and hissed at the Beach Bear, well, there’s not a huge amount for the average tourist to indulge in around here.
And it’s not like that crock of crap noticeboard outside the station is much help, being largely spam for businesses just out of town.
Well, as the Guide plans an interactive tour of the town – and you can get your bearings with our fine if slightly busy map here – we’re happy to report that local councillor Derek Mitchell has spearheaded a new walking trail.
Called The Greystones Way, the walk takes you from the town up to the Great Sugar Loaf through a series of scenic routes and rural backroads. Leading up through the Burnaby and on, past The Black Walk, The Dick Joyce Estate and Kindlestown Wood, the trail leads you to Kilmacanogue, where you can jump aboard The Sugar Loaf Way.
By the end of the year, a similar walk from Bray will link up at the same spot.
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