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Wicklow Mountains

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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 Glenmalure

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

  • Day 2 Glenmalure - Glendalough (via the Spinc and Glenealo Valley)

    9.9 Miles / 16 Km 5-7 Hrs 560 Metres

    This hike offers some of the best scenery in Wicklow. An invigorating climb from Glenmalure brings you up to the northern ridge of the valley where you leave the Wicklow Way. A trail above the Upper Lake of Glendalough offers spectacular views before you descend hundreds of wooden steps to the Glenealo River. Make your way down to the Miner’s Road and the remains of the old ‘miner’s village’ from where a beautiful walk along the wooded lake shores leads you to the monastic village of Glendalough.

  • Day 3 Roundwood - Enniskerry

    10.6 Miles / 17 Km 5-7 Hrs 550 Metres

    Today’s hike is widely considered to be the highlight of the Wicklow Way trail. After a transfer and short climb, you often get wonderful views over the nearby Vartry Reservoir. You then pass above iconic Lough Tay, the famous Guinness Lake and setting for many movies and TV series. From there you climb 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 4 Departure from Enniskerry

    There is a regular bus service from Enniskerry to Dublin City. We will be happy to provide you with further details upon request.

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