The Wicklow Gap is a stunning walk that pretty much anyone in the family can complete. The scenery is majestic, and is well worth the effort if you have the time.
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We drive through Wicklow National Park on our road to Dublin. It was nice. The truth is that I was expected more but we didn't walk at all so it's very likely that we didn't see most of it.
This is such a beauty it is hard to describe. Loved driving through the gaps and viewing "Guiness Lake" and the sheep munching away on the mountainside was such a bonus. A short drive from Dublin and they have many tours available or rent a...More
Wicklow Mountains National Park is a must for everyone visiting Ireland or for someone who lives here. Visited this place several times in past 11 years and every day spend there is really enjoyable. Is lots of things to do and 1 day wouldn't be...More
Recently completed the Wicklow Way; middle way with my 19 year old nephew in July, 2017 and just getting around to a review now. We had an absolutely amazing hiking experience with Hike and Bike Ireland. We were in Ireland for nine days, six of...More
We visited Dublin and Kilkenny in August, and booked a day trip to Wicklow Mountains National Park through Wild Wicklow Tours. At the end of our vacation everyone in my family ranked this park #1 site of our trip. Stunning landscape, and a great break...More
Living in Dublin, you often forget what amazing natural wonders are only an hour's drive away! The national park is stunning, and there are trails for all abilities. We did the trail up to Spinc and down the Glenealo valley, which was challenging, really steep...More
You live to see the beauty of this great place. I so enjoyed the colors of green I enjoyed while in this area. But the Flowers...oh so pretty. every where I looked the scenic beauty was so overwhelming. This is a must stop, I enjoyed...More
Came to Glendalough specifically for the Wicklow Way. It is absolutely stunning. Can't recommend enough for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors, stunning scenery and fresh fresh air. Choice of routes (stop at the visitor information for a map). We did the longest - red...More
We visited the Wicklow National Park with two kids (age 11 and 10) and two adults. The national park offered several types of trails - from very easy on paved path to more intensive up the mountain. So, definitely trails for all fitness and age...More