Leisurely Guided Walks on Dublin's Doorstep

Walking Tours

Transfers by public transportTransfers by Private Transport

Walking tours - Transfers by public transport

Our walking tours are ideal for discovering the magnificent landscapes of the Garden of Ireland and for exploring its fascinating heritage.  The starting points of the walks are only a short hour away from Dublin.  Travelling to the start of the walk and back is by train or bus.  The walks are about two hour long at you own pace with time to enjoy the stunning landscapes and nature peace and quiet. The walking tours leave daily from Dublin.  The meeting point is at Trinity College Front Gate on College Green, at 09:45am. Half-day tours finish around 14:00.  Full day tours finish around 17:30. Price: €45/ person (transfers by public transport included). Booking essential Please Contact us for bookings and enquiries - Walking tours organised on request for groups

Giant’s Grave, Dublin Mountains - Half Day Tour

Giant's grave The walk takes place in the Dublin Mountains, on the South-West of the city. We travel by tram and then by bus along a narrow and winding road at the foot of the mountains. The walk follows a forestry trail which leads to a small clearing.  We can see there the ruins of the Giant’s Grave, a Megalithic tomb built some 4000 years ago.  Walking on through the forest, we soon reach Three Rock Mountain from where magnificent views open up over Dublin City and its bay.  The walk continues on down the mountain to a picturesque village where we take the bus back to Dublin.

Price: €45 per person (no tour on Saturday and Sunday)

Ballycorus Chimney  - Half Day Tour

Ballycorus Chimney Ballycorus chimney stands on a plateau in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains, on the South-West of the city.  After travelling by bus to the start of the walk, we follow a forestry trail leading to the top of a small hill. Magnificent views open up over the Wicklow Mountains and the country side.  Continuing on, we soon reach a plateau where the elegant silhouette of a chimney stands overlooking the coast. It is a reminder of the mining tradition once present in the area.  The walk proceeds down to a village where we take the bus to Dublin.

Price: €45 per person

Killiney Hill Park - Half Day Tour

Killiney Hill Park - Killiney Bay It only takes half an hour by train to reach the start of the walk.  The train follows the coast where sandy beaches alternate with sheer cliffs and picturesque harbours.  On the way to the park, we pass by Bono’s house, the founder and director of U2.  As the Park is built over two hills, there are stunning views over the coast and the mountains. From the Park, the walk proceeds down the hill to a picturesque harbour with lovely views over a small island. The harbour is close to Dalkey heritage town where we take the train Dublin.

Price: €45 per person

Valley of Glendalough & Monastic Site - Full Day Tour

Glendalough -Saint Kevin's Church Lying at the heart of Wicklow Mountains National Park, the Valley of Glendalough is well known for its magnificent landscapes and its two lakes.  It is also home to a once famous monastery and its round tower. After travelling there by bus, admiring some fine views over the mountains, we start with a guided tour of the ruins of the monastic site.  The walk  proceeds then along the valley passing by the two lakes nestling at the foot of the mountains.

Price: €90 per person

Victorian Trails – Full Day Tour

Bray - Chemin des falaisesMorning – Cliff Walk We travel by train to Greystone along the coast. Starting in the harbour, the Cliff Walk follows a coastal path linking Greystones to Bray.  As we leave Greystone, the trail meanders uphill towards Bray Head with breath-taking views over the sea.  On reaching the top of the trail, we go down toward Bray through a wild area where the silence is only disturbed by the birds singing, the crashing of the waves and the train passing by. Carved in the steep slopes of Bray Head, the Cliff Walk offers dramatic views over the rugged coast line. Killiney Hill Park - Killiney BayAternooon - Killiney Hill Park The walk goes through the beautiful woodlands of Killiney Hill Park, built over two small hills overlooking Killiney Bay.  On the way, we pass by Bono’s House, founder and director of U2.  After walking through the park enjoying the stunning views over the coast, the mountains and Dublin city, we go down to a picturesque harbour where there are lovely views over a small island. The walks ends shortly afterwards  in  Dalkey heritage town where we take the train back to Dublin.

Price: €90 per person

Walking Tours - Transfers by private transport

Enjoy a day out of Dublin and discover stunning views over the Wicklow Mountains and the sea. The walking  tours include one to two walks with an experienced guide. The guide will meet you in the morning with a private car from the nearest train station to the start of the walk. Lunch can either be booked through us or we’ll show you the best spots for a picnic (not provided). We are more than happy to provide assistance with trains if necessary. Due to the size of the vehicle, we can comfortably take up to four passengers. Prices start at €130 for the day. For bookings and enquiries or for organising you own private walkng tour, contact us - For groups of more than five people, a private mini-bus can be arranged, Please contact us for a quote.

Mountains and Sea - Full day tour

Glendalough - Round TowerMorning: Valley of Glendalough and the Monastic Site Lying at the heart of Wicklow Mountains National Park, the Valley of Glendalough is well known for its magnificent landscapes and its two lakes.  It is also home to the ruins of a once famous monastery.  The walk starts with a guided tour of the ruins and then it proceeds along the valley, passing by the two lakes nestling at the foot of the mountains. There are some beautiful glimpses over the lakes and the mountains. Afternoon: Killiney Hill ParkKilliney Hill Park - Killiney Bay The walk goes through the beautiful woodlands of Killiney Hill Park, built over two small hills overlooking the sea. On the way, we pass by Bono’s House, Director and founder of U2. .After walking through the park enjoying the stunning views over the coast, the mountains and Dublin city, we go down to a picturesque harbour where there are lovely views over a small island. The walk ends shortly afterwards in Dalkey heritage town.

Price: €230 for the day

Mysterious valleys - Full Day Tour

Devil's Glen - WaterfallMorning: The Devil's Glen This mysterious charms of this wild valley have attracted many artists and walkers. In recent years, wooden sculptures were commissioned to enhance some of the trails.  Walking along the river, we soon reach a waterfall tumbling into a deep pool.  After going up through the forest, we come to a trail created in honour of Seamus Heaney, Nobel Prize of Literature, who lived nearby.  Along the way, there are some lovely glimpses over the countryside and the coast.

Afternoon: Valley of Glendalough and Monastic SiteGlendalough - Round Tower Lying at the heart of Wicklow Mountains National Park, the Valley of Glendalough is well known for its magnificent landscapes and its two lakes.  It is also home to the ruins of a once famous monastery.  The walk starts with a guided tour of the ruins and then it proceeds along the valley, passing by the two lakes nestling at the foot of the mountains. Along the way, there are some beautiful glimpses over the lakes and the mountains.

Price; €230  for the day

 Hidden gems - Full Day Tour

Giant's grave Morning: The Giant's Grave and Fairy Castle The walk takes place in the Dublin Mountains, on the South-West of the city. A forestry trail leads to a quiet clearing where lay the ruins of the Giant’s Grave, a Megalithic tomb built some 4000 years ago.  We walk then to Fairy Castle.  From the top, there is a beautiful panorama over the mountains and the coast. On the way down, we pass by Three Rock Mountain.  Magnificent views open up over Dublin City and its bay. Ballycorus ChimneyAfternoon: Ballycorus Chimney Ballycorus chimney stands on a plateau in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains, on the South-West of the city.  The walk starts on a forestry trail leading to the top of a small hill. Magnificent views open up over the mountains and the country side.  The trail continues on to a plateau where the elegant silhouette of a chimney stands overlooking the coast. This a reminder of the mining tradition once present in the area.  After admiring the beautiful views, we go down to the village of Shankill from where we take the bus back to Dublin.

 Price: €230  for the day

Wicklow Mountains

Devil's Glen - The Waterfall Morning: Powerscourt Waterfall -  Lough Tay, Sheepbank Bridge and Sally Gap Powerscourt  waterfall falls is the highest of Ireland and of the British Isles.  It is is a magical experience to stand at the foot of the waterlall, looking at the water tumbling down the rocky cliff and listening to its roar.   Afterwards, we drive through the Wiclow Mountains to Sally Gap, taking time to enjoy the magnificent scenery.  We stop on the way at a view point above Lough Tay and at  Sheepbank Bridge featuring in the film P.S. I love you.  From the col, the road goes down through moorland and a lush valley to  Laragh, passing by a lovely waterfall. Glendalough - Round TowerAfternoon – Valley of Glendalough and Monastic Site Lying at the heart of Wicklow Mountains National Park, the Valley of Glendalough is well known for its magnificent landscapes and its two lakes.  It is also home to the ruins of a once famous monastery founded in the 6th century.   The walk starts with a guided tour of the ruins and then it proceeds along the valley, passing by the two lakes nestling at the foot of the mountains.  Along the trail, there are beautiful glimpses over the lakes and the mountains.

Price: €230 for the day

Valley of Glendalough and Monastic Site - Half day Tour

Valley of Glendalough and Monastic SiteSaint Kevin's Church and Round Tower Lying at the heart of Wicklow Mountains National Park, the Valley of Glendalough is well known for its magnificent landscapes and its two lakes.  It is also home to the ruins of a once famous monastery founded in the 6th century.   The walk starts with a guided tour of the ruins and then it proceeds along the valley, passing by the two lakes. .

Price: €120 for the half day

   

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