The Wicklow Way

The Wicklow Way

The oldest and the most scenic long distance linear walk in Ireland.

The Wicklow Way is around 130km long and crosses the Wicklow Mountains from Marley Park in Dublin, to Clonegal in County Carlow. The Wicklow Way is one of the most popular walk in Ireland, and is usually split in 7 sections. There are a variety of accommodation providers along the way, and many walkers spend from one to seven days along this fantastic trail. Discover some amazing sceneries including Powerscourt Waterfall, Lough Tay (the Guinness Lake) or Glendalough.

Please find at links below, extensive information, including Google Map of the Wicklow Way, Printable maps of the Wicklow Way and various resources that will help you plan your journey on the Wicklow Way.

Open Google Map of the Wicklow Way

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Print, Scroll Wicklow Way Maps (PDF)

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Download the Wicklow Way Introduction ebook

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Wicklow Way Stage One: Marley Park – Knockree

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Wicklow Way Stage Two: Knockree – Roundwood

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Wicklow Way Stage Three: Roundwood – Glendalough

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Wicklow Way Stage Four: Glendalough – Aughavannagh

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Wicklow Way Stage five: Aughavannagh – Tinahely

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Wicklow Way Stage Six: Tinahely – Shillelagh

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Wicklow Way Stage Seven: Shillelagh (Raheenakit) – Clonegall

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Wicklow Way Tour Operators & Baggage Transfer

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