This is a pleasant walk through one of the more secretive areas of Glendalough. It weaves through mixed woodlands into neighbouring Glendasan Valley. The trail follows the Glendasan River back towards Glendalough, where it then joins up with the boardwalk which runs through the Lower Lake wetlands.
Grade: Moderate , the route is marked with silver arrows
Estimated time: 1hr 45mins
Total height climbed: 90m
Highest point: 210m
Terrain underfoot: rough tracks.
Suitable for: those with a reasonable level of fitness
Notes: not suitable for pushchairs
How to get to start point: Upper Lake Car Park Glendalough
Wicklow National Park, Laragh Glendalough
Latitude: 53.006521 | Longitude: -6.344336
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