Full Day Walking Tours

Your journey of discovery begins even before you start walking. Travelling by train, you can enjoy the beautiful coastline of Dublin Bay while the bus brings you through lush countryside to the Wicklow and Dublin Mountains. You also get a chance to meet the friendly locals.


Full Day Private Tours (6-8 hours)

• Tours depart in the morning and returns in the afternoon
• Bring a pack lunch and a bottle of water
• Transfers from the City Centre and back by train and/or bus with the guide
•  Guided walk included (2 or 3 hours, easy to moderate)
• Price: from €90/ person

Contact us for a free quote (phone or WhatsApp : +353 (0) 86 403 2002).

Glendalough Monastic Site Site, Wicklow Mountain National Park

• 2 hour walk approx. (easy)
• Price: from €90/ person (incl. bus fares)
Leaving behind Dublin’s green suburbs, the bus travels through lush countryside toward the Wicklow Mountains. The Valley of Glendalough lies at the heart of Wicklow Mountains National Park. It 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 a guided tour of the Monastic site, we start on our walk around the valley, enjoying its lovely trails meandering through beautiful forests.

Avonmore Valley & Glendalough, Wicklow Mountains National Park

• 3h walk approx. (moderate)
• Price: from €100/ person (incl. bus fares)
After a lovely journey by bus, we reach Avonmore village. Starting the walk by the River Avonmore, we soon reach the Wicklow Way. It overlooks the lush Valley of Avonmore with stunning views over the Wicklow Mountains. Just before reaching Glendalough Valley, we pass by a view point with stunning views over the Valley, its two lakes and the Round Tower. The walk ends with a guided tour of the monastic site.

Ravens Rock, Dublin Mountains

• 4h. walk approx. (moderate)
• Price: from €90/ person (incl. bus, train & taxi fares)
We travel first by the tram and then by a taxi to the start of the walk. It walk follows wide trails through the forest up to a high plateau. There, a few rocks rise above the moorland and they are known locally as Raven’s Rock. Stunning views open up over the Wicklow and Dublin Mountains and in the distance, we can see the outline of the coast. On the way down, the trail meanders through the forest before reaching lush meadows.

Victorian Trails, Coastal Walks

• Morning: Cliff Walk – 2 hours (easy)
•  Afternoon: Killiney Hill Park – 2 hours (easy)
• Transfers by train
• Price: from €90/ person (incl. train fares)

We travel to the start of the afternoon walk by taxi. The trail leads to a small clearing where we can look at the ruins of the Giant’s Grave, built some 4000 years ago. The path leading to Fairy Castle follows the edge of the forest and we can already enjoy magnificent perspectives over the over the countryside and the mountains. after reaching the top, we walk down to Three Rock Mountain from where we can enjoy stunning views over Dublin and its bay.

Morning: Cliff Walk 

As we travel with the train to Greystones, we can enjoy stunning views over the sea and the coast. The Cliff walk which links Greystones to the seaside town of Brayl goes up through lush meadows but as it starts going down toward Bray, the landscape changes dramatically. The trail was carved out of the steep slopes of Bray Head when the railway line was built. Overlooking the railway line and the sea, it offers magnificent views over the rugged coastline.

Afternoon: Killiney Hill Park 
We take the train to reach the start of the afternoon walk. The walk takes us through the mature woodlands of Killiney Hill Park and to the tops of the two hills overlooking the sea and the mountains. On the way back, we pass by a picturesque harbour with pretty views over Dalkey Island.


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