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The Wicklow Way - 7 Days & 6 Nights

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7 Days & 6 Nights
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The Wicklow Way - 7 Days & 6 Nights

  • Exploring the amazing ruins of Glendalough’s 6th century Monastic City
  • Walking through the majestic Glenmalure Glacial Valley
  • Experiencing the famous Irish hospitality at friendly hand-picked B&B’s
  • Taking a rest to soak in some of the best views Ireland has to offer
  • Sipping a pint of the ‘black stuff’ to reward your achievement
The Wicklow Way is Ireland’s oldest way-marked trail, pioneered by famous hill walker, J.B. Malone. This popular walk stretches from just south of Dublin, through the Wicklow Mountains and on to County Carlow, to reveal some of the most spectacular views in the Emerald Isle. Hike past Ireland’s highest waterfall and discover why the tranquil Lough Tay has gained the name ‘Guinness Lake’. The Wicklow Way combines easy accessibility with a wide variety of scenic experiences, some of them in truly remote upland areas. They include mountains, upland lakes, steep-sided glacial valleys, fast flowing mountain streams, forests and farmland. Also experience the lively city of Dublin, packed full of centuries-old monuments, including Trinity College and Dublin Castle. You will also pass some of the most striking scenery, through the long glacial Glenmalure Valley and with luck giving you glimpses of the multitude of wildlife abundant in this area. The walk is testament to the achievements of the people that live here, with Glendalough being home to the 6th Century monastic city which was the seat of European learning for six centuries. With the magnificent Powerscourt and Guinness estates on route as well, the Wicklow Way will spoil you with sites of both natural and man-made beauty


Day 1 Arrive Dublin and overnight Day 2 Bus to Marlay Park to Enniskerry (Knockree) 13 miles / 22 km Day 3 Enniskerry to Laragh 22 miles / 35 km Day 4 Laragh to Glenmalure 11 miles / 17.5 km Day 5 Transfer to Iron Bridge. Walk to Glenmalure (in reverse) 8 miles / 13 km Day 6 Transfer to Iron Bridge. Walk to Tinahely 12 miles / 19.5 km Day 7 Onward Travel

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