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Walking the Wicklow Way
Powerscourt House & Gardens
Wicklow’s landscape is rich and varied with cliffs, beautiful sandy beaches, rolling mountains, hidden lakes, bogs and welcoming villages and towns. Explore the county and follow in the footsteps of St Kevin in Glendalough’s 6th Century monastic site. Experience the troubled times of the 1798 Rebellion in Wicklow Gaol. Admire the grandeur of Russborough or Killruddery houses and take in the beautiful gardens at Powerscourt or Mount Usher.
Explore the outdoors and enjoy the splendour of the Wicklow Mountains by foot or bike. Take time out for a round of golf at some of Irelands best links and parkland courses or enjoy a spot of fishing along the coasts, rivers and lakes.
Wicklow has the largest national park in Ireland, the biggest forest land, the largest mountain area, the highest waterfall, the biggest man-made lake and all within a short drive from Dublin.
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