The steep climb up along the Poulanass Waterfall is worth the effort. The name Poulanass is taken from the Irish ‘Poll an Eas’ which means ‘hole of the waterfall’. As you reach the highest point you turn left over the bridge and start the descent through the Oak woods to the car park.
Grade: Easy , the route is marked with pink arrows
Estimated time: 45mins
Total height climbed: 150m
Highest point: 210m
Terrain underfoot: rough tracks.
Suitable for: families with older children, adults
Notes: not suitable for pushchairs
How to get to start point:
Upper Lake Car Park Glendalough
Glendalough Poulanass (Pink Route), Laragh Glendalough
Latitude: 53.007289 | Longitude: -6.343757
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