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29th April 2022 by The Travel Expert

12 things to do in Wicklow with kids

Water sports, greenways, family walks and fairy trails, there are many things to do in Wicklow with kids. Here are some of my favourites. Living so close to the Garden of Ireland, I have been fortunate to visit Wicklow with my kids on many occasions. We have enjoyed many walks around Glendalough, visited the family attractions of Sea Life and Clara Lara, enjoyed many beach days in Brittas Bay as well as days out in Powerscourt....

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23rd June 2021 by Borders And Beyond

Crone Woods hike | Finding a hidden valley in the Wicklow Mountains

Crone Woods Hike | Finding a hidden Valley in the Wicklow Mountains We found a hidden valley in the Wicklow Mountains. Have you ever been to Crone woods? Located close to Enniskerry, Crone woods is one of our favourite hikes in Wicklow to date. The hike brings you to a viewpoint which looks down over the grounds of Powerscourt waterfall, with amazing views of the waterfall from above, as well as the Sugar Loaf in the distance. If you continue on the yellow trail of the hike, you will end...

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8th April 2021 by Borders And Beyond

Knocksink Wood, Co Wicklow

Since Ireland is back in Lockdown (again), we have taken the time to explore some hidden gems that are in our 5km radius. We have explored pretty much every nook and cranny our 5km has to offer, but this week we headed to Knocksink Wood, in Enniskerry Co Wicklow to see what it has to offer. Its safe to say it didnt disappoint. Knocksink Wood is a beautiful Woodland walk, which the River Dargle flows through, and well worth a visit......

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10th January 2021 by Borders And Beyond

Hiking the Sugar Loaf | Snow in the Wicklow Mountains

Snow fell in Ireland this week, and though it didn't stick on the lowlands, it did in the Wicklow Mountains. Although we are back in lockdown, we are lucky to have the Sugar Loaf Mountain in our 5km radius. We decided to take a hike up the Sugar Loaf to see if we could find any snow, and we were not disappointed. Check out our hike, and the views of the Wicklow Mountains from the top. It did not disappoint. Would......