The Festival will be based in the Brockagh Resource Centre. The Centre is situated in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains, on the road between the village of Laragh and Glendalough.
The weekend offers you a choice of:
Night walk on Friday
Wicklow’s 3-Peak Challenge over two days. Do you think you are up for a challenge, if so we have the one for you. Wicklows 3 Peak challenge takes on the three highest mountains in Wicklow, Lugnaquilla (925m), Mullaghcleevaun (849m) and Tonelagee (817m) over two days.
A selection of day walks from challenging, moderate and easy on Saturday and Sunday.
Moderate walk on Monday the 28th
All walks are led by experienced walking leaders who will enhance your day with information on local history flora and fauna.
Most of the walks take us through the Wicklow Mountains National Park. The Park covers approximately 90,000ha in the central uplands of Wicklow. The park manages and protects some of Europe’s oldest peat boglands, heather covered mountains, broad-leafed and coniferous woodlands, playing host to most of Ireland’s native mammal species including large herds of sika and red/sika hybrid deer, foxes, badgers, hares and birds of prey.
Please note: Walks may be changed on the day depending on weather conditions or the fitness level of the group at the leader’s discretion.
For full details of the festival schedule, visit the Footfalls Walking Holidays website.
Visit https://walkinghikingireland.com/walking-holidays/wicklow-walking-festival/wicklow-walking-festival-booking-form/ to make a booking.