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Poulanass waterfall in Wicklow Mountains National Park

Wicklow Mountains National Park

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View glacial lakes, rivers and waterfalls and discover a 6th century Medieval monastic settlement founded by Saint Kevin


The Wicklow Mountains National Park officially opened in 1991 receives over 1 million visits per year.

The park covers over 220 square kilometres of protected area is one of six National Parks in Ireland.
The park stretches through County Wicklow as well as small areas of South Dublin and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown in County Dublin.

The park has a series of nine way-marked walking trails around the valley. Walks range from half hour strolls to four hour hill walks. A seven day long distance route, The Wicklow Way crosses through the valley, and The Saint Kevin’s Way, a pilgrim path, finishing at Glendalough after crossing the Wicklow Gap from West Wicklow.

Highlights of Wicklow Mountains National Park



Glendalough Lower lake

Glendalough Lower lake

Glendalough Upper lake

Glendalough Upper lake

Saint Kevin's bed view

Saint Kevin's bed view

Glendalough miners village in Wicklow Mountains National Park

Glendalough miners village in Wicklow Mountains National Park

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Entry fees, opening hours and other information is correct as of publishing, September 2017.


   

Wicklow Mountains National Park

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