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Reviewed 26 June 2017

We had Dublin Mountains on our itinerary for a VERY rainy day. We took the hike anyway. The views are incredible and worth the work to get to the top.

Thank mcdonough6
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Mountains are beautiful and snow-topped. There in early March. Had mild weather and no rain! Beautiful pictures!

Thank JoeVan66
Reviewed 2 June 2017

I love the Dublin mountains for hiking, so close to the city and yet you feel like you are in a wilderness. There are some great family walks as well.

Thank Mirtha
Reviewed 16 May 2017

amazing views and scenery. Easily accessible to get to several starting points. Would recommend a good trekking book to learn the best routes.

Thank DermotFitz
Reviewed 13 May 2017

We used wild Wicklow tours, a must and you have to have John as your driver and guide. The landscape is changing consistently, just remarkable

Thank John6330
Reviewed 11 May 2017

We've been to the Dublin Mountains several times. It is a great place to take a break away from the city and go for a drive through this wonderfully natural wild landscape, only about half an hour from Dublin city centre by car. You get...More

2  Thank SciobolUlchabhan
Reviewed 10 May 2017

I went on a spur of the moment decision to do a badly planned hike. After a misty start the weather cleared to offer a majestic view of the Dublin skyline. It was spectacular. As the day wore on I was fascinated to see how...More

1  Thank corkdave
Reviewed 10 May 2017

I have been down to the mountains a few times, it is a lovely place to go an see. It's a nice day out if you enjoy being outdoors. Rain or sunshine I would recommend this for anyone who likes walking, or just enjoys being...More

Thank Rachael S
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

We visited the Dublin mountains after seeing some reviews on trip advisor. Thanks to the reviews we hired a car from Dublin city and drove and parked at the Ticknock forest mountain bike hire car park on Ticknock Road. We then followed the green walking...More

2  Thank KB_reviews88
Reviewed 28 April 2017

If you ever land on Irish soil.. Visit Wicklow mountains. Glendalough, Sally gap, Powerscourt gardens and many more places to choose from. Breathtaking area, panoramic views and relaxing walks for your body and soul.

2  Thank Robertas L
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Charlotte W
8 January 2018|
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Response from Gerry D | Reviewed this property |
Go onto the DMP. ie website and see the maps of the walks and car parks. One of the best walks for views is Ticknock. It has a large car park at the upper part of the walk. Only a slow 15 minute walk to top. You go to... More
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Response from Tony S | Reviewed this property |
Agree with last reviewer.....go to rathfarnham, turn right at yellow house pub, go left at the tuning fork pub and on up towards cruagh wood and on to the military road head towards sally gap. Go straight at this crossroads... More
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Response from Travelerworld1 | Reviewed this property |
Are you referring to the mountains in Kilkenny, Wicklow or the center of Dublin? We took a tour to the mountains, was will worth the money. You make stops so you can go through the castle and shops in Kilkenny, have lunch... More
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