The second section of the Wicklow Way starts at Glencullen and ends at Glencree. The difficulty grading of this route is easy, making it suitable for casual walkers. This route covers a distance of about ten and a half kilometres. The highest point you can expect to reach on this trail is no more than 260 metres. Average walkers will take about four hours to complete this walking trail. The condition of the road on this path is generally pretty good. Some sections of the path might be muddy. You will also have to be careful at two sections where you will have to make a steep descent. There’s plenty of interesting tourist attractions on this route. In Glencree, you can choose to pay a visit to St. Kevin’s reconciliation centre. The purpose of this centre is to encourage acceptance of people with different views so everyone can live in peace and harmony. You may also visit the German Cemetery and pay your respects to the Germans who died serving in Ireland during the world wars. The seaside town of Bray is located close to this trail. At Bray, you can learn more about sea creatures at the National Sea Life Centre. Bray Heritage Centre showcases the proud heritage of this impressive town. You can also choose to enjoy some relaxing walks exploring the Killruddery House & Gardens.