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Kilmacanoge, County Wicklow Map
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hiking
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
washed out
23 days ago

bery good for off trail walking, no adequate signage. Excellent views of wicklow sugar loaf and powerscourt waterfall

hiking
bridge out
muddy
2 months ago

A route if someone is actually looking to hike in order to see the waterfall rather than paying a couple euros to drive right up to it. Lots of path options and it mostly depends on where you can cross and what terrain steepness you feel comfortable with.

hiking
bridge out
muddy
off trail
washed out
2 months ago

hiking
off trail
rocky
3 months ago

Great short route

hiking
bridge out
muddy
over grown
private property
scramble
3 months ago

hiking
bugs
muddy
off trail
5 months ago

nice easy walk. my kids enjoyed follow this map and the adventure crossing the river and finding the waterfall.

Very easy trail, but we had fun navigating through the forest and crossing the river. As an added bonus, we avoided the entrance fee for the waterfall. Beautiful sight. There are toilets and food stand near the waterfall.

Great adventure... Recommended

hiking
bugs
off trail
8 months ago

Nice short trails for the kiddos and lots to keep them interested e.g. the relatively large, fun filled playground and the activity markers along the trails. Didn't try the BBQ area but looked like great spots for such. Parking is a tad more expensive than most others trails.

hiking
9 months ago

Where to park and start this hike was hard to find. Ended up parking at the car park near the Wicklow trail. Made it an extra good 5 miles to walk.

Thoroughly enjoyed this trail. A few observations: - This trail starts on a downhill so be ready to finish on a steep uphill when you may be tired. - You can get discreetly into Powerscourt Waterfall for free this way, but shhh, don't tell anyone ;-) - Terrain is rough, muddy and overgrown with gorse in places, so wear decent boots and outerwear - Trail starts off in mostly commercial, managed evergreen woods but there is lovely old, deciduous woodland at the floor of the valley - Look out for nice distant views of Powerscourt Waterfall as you start out - The car park closes at 4pm in winter so watch out for that. If you don't want to race the clock, there is some limited parking available on the road outside the car park; just use that.

hiking
4 months ago

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