IrelandWays.com has launched two new hiking in Ireland guided tours for 2017 taking walkers to the superb Wicklow Way.
The Wicklow Way is Ireland’s classic mountain trail and an all-time favourite among hikers. This spectacular trail takes hikers across the Wicklow National Park enjoying wonderful scenery and panoramic views all the way to Dublin City.
The group will be picked up from Dublin City Centre to start their walk from Glenmalure Valley. From peaceful Glenmalure, the group will hike to Glendalough (the valley of two lakes), where you will get to enjoy a full rest day. This will allow you to explore the fascinating heritage of this Early Medieval Monastic City founded by St Kevin in the 6th century and one of the gems of Ireland’s Ancient East.
As well as stunning landscapes, wonderful heritage and views of the mountains and Dublin Bay, the group will also get to experience the legendary Irish hospitality along the Wicklow Way, as you will be staying in small country towns. This hiking in Ireland guided tour finishes in vibrant Dublin City.
The IrelandWays.com hiking in Ireland guided tours 2017 depart on 28th May and 3rd September. Book now to avail of the IrelandWays.com Early Bird discount. 7% OFF guided tours for 2017.
Our guided tours are ideal for hikers looking to join a group of like-minded walkers and make new friends.
When and Price:
The IrelandWays.com hiking in Ireland guided tours 2017 depart on 28th May and 3rd September.
Price: from €1030 per person sharing.
Book now to avail of the IrelandWays.com Early Bird discount. 7% OFF guided tours for 2017 bookings.
Price includes accommodation in family-run 3-star hotels, meals including breakfast, packed lunch and dinner during the hike, experienced local guide supporting the group, transfer from Dublin city to starting point as well as luggage transfers from point to point. The group will spend their last night in Dublin City Centre.
Does not include:
Travel insurance (recommended), flights.
For more information or to join a hiking in Ireland guided tour in 2017 contact the IrelandWays.com travel specialists