Wild Wicklow Tour

Wild Wicklow Tour
Address : 14 Lower Albert Road Sandycove
Phone :00 353 1 2801899
Email : info@wildwicklow.ie
Website : http://www.wildwicklow.ie

See some of Ireland's most beautiful scenery in the Wilds of Wicklow tour.

About the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains

These mountains are a great place to enjoy a really good walk. They are spoilt with an abundance of different terrain including valleys ,rivers ,streams open moorland, forested areas, lakes, waterfalls, mountains, coast walks and much more. They are within an hours travel from the center of Dublin.
We like to organise the walks in the most scenic parts of the country and offer plenty of knowledge given by the local guide.
After the walks we invite people to join us for a cuppa of whatever they fancy and then return to Dublin.

Photograhy Walks

Hilltoptreks and The Newbridge House have come together to offer this great day of Landscape photography and skills workshop.
As the name suggests this is a hands on 1 day basic photography course. You will learn the basics of photography, including composition, focusing and exposure, while visiting this wonderful part of the country.
The Course is suited to all camera types from small digital and film to larger and the more advanced SLR.

Enjoy the Wilds of Wicklow Tour for only €28. This includes:

- Short Dublin City Tour
- Coastal Drive past Dun Laoghaire Harbour, James Joyce Tower, and Killiney Bay (home to Enya and U2)
- Avoca Handweavers - Including a break for coffee and craft shopping
- Glendalough - Guided walking tour of this 6th Century Monastic Settlement.
- Pub lunch - Lunch break in a traditional Irish pub
- Sally Gap Adventure - mountain lakes, wild heather and barren boglands (location for Braveheart & The Nephew).

During the Wilds of Wicklow tour, you will explore one of the most famous and enchanting places in Ireland, Glendalough. The spectacular hidden mountains and barren boglands at Sally's Gap will leave you breathless.

Wicklow also known as the garden of Ireland is just 1 hrs drive from Dublin. The Dublin Wicklow mountains are renowned for their diversity and splendid scenery and are the perfect surroundings for wonderful walks.
The Dublin/Wicklow Mountains are saturated with a patch work of forests, glens, lakes and valleys and whether your doing a 1 day stroll or a more adventurous few days walk they provide the perfect settings. Wicklow has always been and still remains a place of great inspiration to poets and writers alike. It is also steeped in its history of Irish resurrection being so close to the capital and in the heart of the Glendalough Valley there is the remains of the 6th Century Monastery of St. Kevin. The Neolithic passage tombs monuments on Seefin and Seefingan (Suí Fingain) are also very impressive.

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