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#1 of 6 things to do in Glendalough Village
This walk got everything needed for a perfect hike: lakes, waterfall, great valley scenery, an old mining village and more… most of the walk is in the open air with the great valley and hills scenery; while the de...
What can I say amazing views and beautiful place highly recommend for a stroll or for walking biking great facilities children friendly bring a picnic fun to be had by all
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#28 of 28 things to do in Wicklow
Hollywood horse and pony trekking is a wonder experience,great crew, calm horses and brilliant instructors,all treks have beautiful scenery and the trip threw the kings river is so fun
Myself, my husband and two daughters (11 & 9) went for a trek, we are of mixed ability and all throughly enjoyed the trek, we rode up the mountains and through a river, it was superb.
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Sally Gap

Wicklow 8.7 mi away
#2 of 28 things to do in Wicklow
Take a drive through Sally Gap in the wicklow mountains One of the most beautiful scenery places to see in ireland You can also get a bus tour from dublin to see Sally Gap.
Lovely drive across sally gap the scenery is amazing lots to See including the Guinness estate which includes lough Tay.i would really recommend a drive across it either from laragh/glendalough or roundwood.
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Glendalough Monastic Settlement

Vale of Glendalough 0.1 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Vale of Glendalough
We then took the boardwalk across the fields round the lower lake and up to the upper lake - a really beautiful walk - and at the Upper lake you can see sites associated with St Kevin and early Christianity - a me...
... snow covered mountains / hills it made this visit even more memorable as we walked through the fairy tale wood along the lower lake and upto the upper lake, we detoured upto the waterfall which was also worth it.
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Irish Working Sheepdogs

Annamoe 3.4 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Annamoe
I took a Wild Rover tour to the Wicklow Mountains and Kilkenny, and en route to the Wicklow Mountains, the tour stopped to experience the Irish Working Sheepdogs, which was a fantastic experience.
Mike is a sheep farmer with two excellent sheep dogs that know their job.