The Wicklow Way is a 131-kilometre (81-mile) long-distance trail that crosses the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland. It runs from Marlay Park in Dublin’s southern suburbs through County Wicklow and ends in the village of Clonegal in County Carlow. 

Our walking tours follow the route from South to North allowing you to ease into the walks before the more challenging climbs near Dublin.

The Wicklow Way National Park, Ireland

This tour is typically completed in 5–7 days and is one of the busiest of Ireland’s National Waymarked Trails, with up to 24,000 people walking the most popular sections of the route.

The trail follows forest tracks, mountain paths, boreens and quiet country roads. The way also passes the Monastic City at Glendalough, founded in the 6th century by Saint Kevin.

The Wicklow Way, Round tower and graveyard in Glendalough, Wicklow National Park

Ireland’s most popular National Park

The National Park lies on the east coast of Ireland at the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East. It covers a large part of the Wicklow mountain range and extends over most of the County.

The National Park features spectacular open vistas with winding mountain roads interrupted only by forestry plantations. Magical glens with fast-flowing streams flow into deep lakes of lowlands and wooded valleys.

Wicklow National Park, Ireland

Our Self-guided Walking Tours on the Wicklow Way

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