Bray Head

The classical Bray Head route, straight up and down over the two summits of Bray Head
Wednesday 25 April, 2012
7:30 PM
6 (2,2,2) - Moderate Terrain, 200M - 500M ascent, 6Km - 10Km
Route fully marked - Route fully marked
Men - 23:05 (Gerry Brady, Clonliffe) Women - 28:19 (Beth McCluskey)
Leinster League
Start above 2nd barrier on hill climb at southern end of seafront. Follow Way markers towards Cross. Halfway up through trees the path forks: take the right fork to follow the Way marked path and approach cross from west. Climb through rocks to touch cross. Continue to southern summit and do a short loop before returning by the same route to cross. Do not go to cross on return, instead take a right turn around 20m beyond where you came out from cross on way up and then an almost immediate left turn (see small deviation on route map). Descend through trees by almost exactly the same route as ascent (see small deviation on route map) and finish at cul de sac sign before the promenade.
Registration for Bray will be in the Martello Bar on the esplanade in BRAY
The new route from 2011 is the same as the 1980s to 2004 route apart from the start is at the 2nd barrier rather than at the foot of climb, a new small loop at southern summit rather than immediate turnaround, and the new finish is at the start barrier rather than continuing to where the grass promenade commences.

Notice regarding registration
Please note there will be a strict cut off time of 7pm for people who have not yet registered for an IMRA race this year - if you are not in the queue by 7pm, you will not be allowed to register. The cut off time for people with an IMRA number is 7:10pm.

Notice regarding early starts
No early starts allowed for this race.
The Martello Bar, Bray
Map courtesy of OSi and Geolives.



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Driver NameLocationPassing ThroughDepartureSeats AvailableSeats AcceptedBook
Angus TynerAshfordKilmac18:1520Book
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