The Wicklow Way
This famous walk is such that it does not have to walked in one marathon session, but instead can be broken into 'bite' sized pieces for the average walker. Below are examples of walks that we can provide transport for, we can collect and return solo walkers or large groups to Dublin airport, train stations and all accommodations and points along the 'Way',
Walking North to South (Dublin to Clonegal)
Glendalough to Glenmalure - 16km (10 miles)
Glenmalure to Iron Bridge - 14 km (9 miles)
Iron Bridge to Tinahely - 21 km (13 miles)
Tinahely to Clonegal - 19km (12 miles)
Walking South to North (Clonegal to Dublin)
Clonegal to Tinahely - 19km (12 miles)
Tinahely to Iron Bridge - 21 km (13 miles)
Iron Bridge to Glenmalure - 14 km (9 miles)
Glenmalure to Glendalough - 16 km (10 miles)
Glendalough - Oldbridge - 10 km (6 miles)
In addition to the Wicklow Way, there is a choice of nine walking trails around the Glendalough area to suit all types of walker. Booklet/map is available from the visitor centre.
Glendalough to the Shay Elliot Memorial Car Park.
Many walks are on offer here, from Mullicor mountain at 657m to the famous Lugnaquilla, which at 925m is the highest of the Wicklow mountains.
Glenmalure to Iron Bridge.
Glenmalure to Glendalough.
Avondale House & Forest Park trails.
*NEW* - The Avonmore Way (12 km walk between Rathdrum and Trooperstown.
Sean Linehan Walk.
Tomnafinnogue Wood Walk.
The Railway Walk.
Failte Ireland Loop Walks. - see http://www.discoverireland.ie/Walking/looped-walks.aspx