What’s included in all Self-Guided Walking Tours:
7 Day Guided Walking Tour – The Entire Wicklow Way
The Wicklow Way begins in Dublin’s southern suburb of Rathfarnham and travels in a south-south-westerly direction across the Dublin and Wicklow uplands, then through the rolling hill country of southwest County Wicklow to finish in the small, County Carlow village of Clonegal 127 kilometres later. A combination of suburban parkland, forest trails, wild and scenic mountain landscape and finally rolling countryside offers a wonderfully varied 7 day experience for a hill-walker of average fitness. En route the Wicklow Way passes mountain lakes, ruined buildings – stark reminders of previous widespread human habitation – occasional memorials to historic events of past centuries and extensive remains of the early Christian monastic settlement in the beautiful Glendalough valley.
3 Day Self-Guided Walking Tour
Enniskerry, Djouce to Lough Dan – Distance 42 kilometres
The walk covers a section of the Wicklow Way from Krone wood to Pier gates and includes some of the most spectacular scenery in Ireland.
4 Day Self-Guided Walking Tour
Wicklow Way from Powerscourt, Luggala, Lough Dan, Scar, to Glendalough
A most enjoyable and rewarding walk some strenuous parts but by no means difficult for the average fit person, superb views of mountains, lakes, glens and valleys.
5 Day Self-Guided Walking Tour
Wicklow Way, Enniskerry, Djouce, Lough Dan and Glendalough
The walk covers a section of the Wicklow Way from Powerscourt estate to Glendalough and includes some of the most spectacular scenery in Ireland. We pass through Luggala estate where Braveheart, PS, I love you, and many other famous films were made.
6 Day Self-Guided Walking Tour
Enniskerry, Djouce, Lough Dan, Glendalough and Tonlagee
The walk covers a section of the Wicklow Way from Krone Wood and includes, Lough Dan and Luggala, Glendalough with its 5th century monastery, Tonlagee and Glenmacnass, and includes some of the most spectacular scenery in Ireland.