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Your Self-Guided Hiking Tour Includes:

  • Top-Choice Accommodation
  • Detailed Itinerary, Maps & GPS Tracks
  • Baggage Transfer
  • Breakfasts
  • Insider Tips
  • 24/7 Support
  • Access your tour details & documents on the go with your designated Hillwalk Tours account
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  • Day 1 Arrival in Bunclody

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

  • Day 2 Clonegal - Tallon’s Pub

    15.5 Miles / 25 Km 6-8 Hrs 540 Metres

    After a transfer to Clonegal, your first day of walking is mainly along remote country roads through the rolling hills and quiet woodlands of south Wicklow. The trail passes close to Shillelagh, famous for giving its name to the quintessential Irish fighting stick. From the end of your hike at the charming Tallon’s Pub, also curiously known as the Dying Cow, you are transferred to your accommodation.

  • Day 3 Tallon’s Pub - Iron Bridge

    16.2 Miles / 26 Km 7-9 Hrs 580 Metres

    Your day starts with a transfer to Tallon’s Pub. From there an old boreen leads you to a bridge over the Derry River. The grassy Coolafunshoge Lane brings you from there through woodlands around Ballycumber Hill before you skirt the tiny village of Moyne. The trail leads through forestry around Ballygobban Mountain and then down to the Ow River Valley and Iron Bridge, from where you will be transferred to your B&B.

  • Day 4 Iron Bridge - Glendalough

    19.3 Miles / 31 Km 7-10 Hrs 800 Metres

    You will be transferred to Iron Bridge from where you climb towards the forested summit of Carrickashane Mountain. From the old military road, built after the Irish rebellion of 1798, the route leads through forests onto the shoulder of Slieve Maan before descending to the crossroads at Glenmalure. A gradual ascent through the forests above the valley of Glenmalure is followed by a short, steep climb to Lugduff Gap. You then descend into Glendalough via the route along the Spinc and the Glenealo Valley, which often offer spectacular views.

  • Day 5 Glendalough - Enniskerry

    16.2 or 18 Miles / 26 or 29 Km 7-10 Hrs 950/1250 Metres

    Cross the Glenmacnass River from where you make your way up Paddock Hill and then down into Oldbridge. If the weather is good, take the opportunity to climb Scarr Mountain (641m) on the way. The route passes above iconic Lough Tay, the famous Guinness Lake and setting for many movies and TV series. From there you climb up to White Hill and around the bulk of Djouce mountain before descending past Powerscourt Waterfall into Crone Woods. A short transfer will bring you to your B&B.

  • Day 6 Enniskerry - Marlay Park, Dublin

    13.7 Miles / 22 Km 6-8 Hrs 520 Metres

    After a short transfer to Crone Woods you pass around the side of Knockree Hill and then climb over the shoulder of Prince William’s Seat Mountain. Take a last look back at the Wicklow Mountains before one last climb up the flanks of Fairy Castle mountain in County Dublin which often offers great views over Dublin city. Your tour ends on a lovely trail through Marlay Park from where you can get a taxi transfer to your accommodation.

  • Day 7 Depart the Dublin Area

    There are regular bus and train services to Dublin City Centre and to Dublin Airport. We will be happy to provide further details upon request.

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