Wicklow Way Four Days

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Wicklow Way Four Day Itineary

We’ll meet you at Dublin airport and bring you to Wicklow and your first night’s accommodation. Enniskerry is a charming little village and is home to Powerscourt House and Gardens, considered one of Europe’s finest house and gardens. A gentle walk to Knocksink forest should help warm you up for the first stage of the Wicklow Way tomorrow. There is a good choice of pubs and places to eat in the village.

Today’s walk (19km, 600m ascent) will delight the senses with breathtaking views of North Wicklow. Ascending over Crone Mountain you descend into the “secret valley” before skirting Djouce and White Hill (Wicklow Way’s highest point) with its delightful views over Lough Tay. Tonight we stay at Oldbride near Roundwood and Lough Dan lake.Today’s walk should take about five hours including stops.

Today’s walk (10km, 250m ascent), takes you to the highlight of the Wicklow Way, the Glendalough Valley. After breakfast you hike south towards the Laragh Valley. Views on the left are of the Avoca Valley in the distance. After an hour from your guesthouse we start to ascend Paddock Hill and are treated to a stunning view over Laragh and towards Glendalough. Traversing the base of Brockagh we arrive in Glendalough. Our accommodation here tonight is uniquely located. It is very peaceful and you really feel in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. Glendalough has an upper and lower lake and the upper lake has a spiritual quality that is appreciated by many visitors. The walk from Roundwood takes about 3 hours leaving you with plenty of time to enjoy the scenic surroundings, the visitors centre, take a stroll along the lower lake or head up to Laragh’s craft shops and great pub. There is agood choice of places to dine in the area.

Take your time after breakfast to further explore the Glendalough Valley. This morning you can enjoy the classic Spink Walk over the Glendalough Lakes. It is about a 3 hours walk but can be shortened. Whenever you are ready, we will come and collect you and bring you to Rathdrum train station where you can take the train north back towards Dublin or south towards Rosslare or Wexford. If you are staying in Dublin, we would be delighted to advise on places to stay, eat and visit.

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The price of the Four Day Wicklow Way Walking Holiday is 445€ per person sharing.

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Wicklow Way Four Day: Enniskerry to Glendalough

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Wicklow Way Walking Holidays

Itineary of the Wicklow Way Four Day Walking Holiday

We’ll meet you at Dublin airport and bring you down to Wicklow and your first night’s accommodation. Enniskerry is a charming little village and is home to Powerscourt House and Gardens, considered one of Europe’s finest house and gardens. A gentle walk to Knocksink forest should help warm you up for the first stage of the Wicklow Way tomorrow. There is a good choice of pubs and restaurants in the village.

The following day begins the Wicklow way proper. Today’s walk will delight the senses with breathtaking views of North Wicklow. Ascending over Crone Mountain you descend into the “secret valley” before skirting Djouce and White Hill with its delightful views over Lough Tay. Tonight we stay near Roundwood, a charming village with a great selection of places to eat and drink. Today’s walk should take about five hours including stops.

After breakfast you begin to make your way towards Glendalough. After an hour from your guesthouse we start to ascend Paddock Hill and are treated to a stunning view over Laragh and towards Glendalough. Traversing the base of Brockagh we arrive in Glendalough. Our accommodation here tonight is uniquely located. It is very peaceful and you really feel in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. Glendalough has an upper and lower lake and the upper lake has a spiritual quality that is appreciated by many visitors. The walk from Roundwood takes about 3 hours leaving you with plenty of time to enjoy the scenic surroundings, the visitors centre, take a stroll along the lower lake or head up to Laragh’s craft shops and great pub. There are plenty of places to dine in the area.

Take your time after breakfast to further explore the Glendalough Valley. We have designed a short half day walk starting at the guesthouse. Whenever you wish, we will come and collect you and bring you to Rathdrum train station where you can take the train north back towards Dublin or south towards Rosslare or Wexford. If you are headed to Dublin, we would be delighted to advise on places to stay, eat and visit.

Check Our Availability

Booking and Rates

Official Member of Failte Ireland

Failte Ireland

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Wonderful Ireland Walking Holidays

63 Dundrum Gate,

Dundrum,

Dublin 16

D16 EY00

Republic of Ireland  

Company Number 397494 

VAT Number 6417494G