• Day 1 Arrival in Laragh / Glendalough

    From your point of arrival, use the public transport information we provide to make the journey to Laragh / Glendalough.

  • Day 2 Glenealo Valley and the Spinc (Glendalough Circular Walk)

    8 Miles / 13 Km 4-6 Hrs 550 Metres

    This popular walk offers some of the most spectacular scenery in Wicklow. After a visit to the peaceful valley of Glendasan, follow the Miners Road in Glendalough to the old ‘miner’s village’. An invigorating climb brings you to a bridge at the top of the valley from where hundreds of wooden steps lead to a ridge above the lake with spectacular views back towards Glendalough. Descend via the Poulanass Waterfall to the two lakes and the monastic village.

  • Day 3 Ballinagee - Glendalough (St Kevin’s Way)

    7.5 Miles / 12 Km 4-5 Hrs 250 Metres

    Follow in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims who walked to the ancient monastery at Glendalough via St Kevin’s Way. After a transfer to Ballinagee, follow the trail uphill towards the spectacular Wicklow Gap with its reservoir and hydroelectricity plant. You pass reminders of a rich mining heritage before you follow the descent of the Glendasan River and a peaceful walk along the river finally leads you into the Valley of Glendalough.

  • Day 4 Departure from Laragh

    There are regular bus services from Laragh to Wicklow Town and Dublin City. We will be happy to provide you with further details upon request.

More information on the St Kevin’s Way & Glendalough