A Slightly Trickier way up one of Dublin's best known Landmarks (Even though it is in Wicklow.....) Some Steep Climbs, In Particular at the top where some scrambling may be necessary
Glencullen to Cloon/Curtlestown
To get to Ballinteer you can use the 16 bus (terminates at Kingston and leaves you closest to the walk), the 14 (an extra 5 minutes to walk to Kingston) or get the 75 from Tallaght/Dun laoghaire. The luas from Dublin to Ballaly station is an option but it adds 15...
Crone Woods to Djouce overlooking Powerscourt Waterfall
walk along the coast and via bray head from dart to dart. beach can be a bit rocky and bray head decent quite steep, but only for a very short distance. due to rocks and mud i advice hiking boots.
Going north to south, the Wicklow Way starts beside the carpark in Marlay Park. Well signposted from there, you travel through the park for 2km before heading out onto the road and under the M50 up to Kilmashogue Woods. Ascending through the woods to the top, a 20...
3hours 20 minutes - 2 hours uphill, 1.5 hour downhill on the board walk maximum elevation 625 metre elevation gain 360 metre Start at the last car park at the end of Djouce Woods. Walk on the orange trail, cross a gate, continue straight ahead until you join the...
Park opposite gate and there is a kissing gate for pedestrians. No dogs allowed, it is private with permission to walk. The hill back up is a good work out but otherwise completely flat! Fantastic views.
The ground under foot on this trail is relatively easy going and offers great views of the Wicklow Mountains.
Return via the same route