Welcome to the Garden County, where Ireland comes out to play.

From mountain to sea, Wicklow’s varied landscape offers an amazing playground for a wide variety of outdoor activities.  Wicklow’s sceneries is an amazing backdrop to thousands of outdoor enthusiasts every week.

Wicklow is home to the largest mountain area in Ireland with rollling hills, dense forrests and mountains reaching close to 1000 meters or 3000 feet high.  Wicklow’s many lakes, rivers, and 30 km coastline along the Irish Sea create a varied playground for watersports activities.


Wicklow is organising the prestigeous Trail Running Event.  Ecotrail Wicklow will start and finish on Bray Seafront in September, and include some of Wicklow’s most scenic locations:  Bray Head, Killruddery, Sugarloaf, Powerscourt Waterfall, Lough Tay


The oldest and the most scenic long distance linear walk in Ireland.
Find at links below, extensive information, Google Map, Printable maps to help you plan your journey along the Wicklow Way


Go deepsea fishing, spend a night in a tipi, get on a fatbike, cruise on an e-bike, learn to surf, play disk-golf:  Wicklow offers some unique experiences to enjoy the outdoors!


Wicklow is home to many outdoors events throughout the year.  Find here a selection of some of the most iconic and challenging events in Wicklow.


Wicklow is home to more than 50 marked trails offering what is probably Ireland’s best walking destination.  Here are some of the most iconic walks Wicklow has to offer

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19 hours ago

Visit Wicklow

The beautiful Lough Tay 😍

#Wicklow #WicklowOutdoors
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I love this part of the Wicklow mts.

Lou Rasmussen

David Healy

👏👍👌🏿🤙🏿👏👍🤠🇦🇺🎻🎼 magic

Michael Smith


Karen Walsh!!!!!!!!!!! Need I say anymore?????

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2 days ago

Visit Wicklow

Glendalough, beautiful in every season 🧡🍂🍁
Have you visited?

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Glendalough, beautiful in every season 🧡🍂🍁
Have you visited?

Photo: 📸 https://instagram.com/johntaggart111

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I was just there on Saturday. Lovely, peaceful place.

Love this place. Have been there several times, each time a different experience.

Several times... Each time more beautiful.. 💖💖💖💖

Cian Byrne-Thayer Ciaran Byrne-Thayer

4 days ago

Visit Wicklow

Wicklow Walking Festival is back for the October Bank Holiday Weekend. Booking infomation here - bit.ly/WicklowWalkingFestival2019

Enjoy a variety of walks of different levels in the #WicklowOutdoors! Many travers the Wicklow Mountains National Park and all are led by experienced walking leaders who will enhance your day with information on local history flora and fauna.

The weekend offers a selection of walking choices which you can mix, match, or just choose one:
– Climb Leinster’s highest peak, Lugnaquilla (925 m).
– A night walk on Friday the 25th promising to be a unique and adventurous experience.
– A selection of day walks from challenging, moderate and easy on Saturday and Sunday.
– A moderate walk on Monday the 28th to celebrate the completion of a great weekend and summer walking season.

Advanced booking is necessary - Wicklow Walking Festival.
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Beautiful Wicklow. Stunning as always!...maybe a bit chilly but where else will you see those colours!