Wales & Wicklow Walking Tour


A Tour That Combines Two Celtic Nations To Make One Great Tour!
We have decided to combine two of our most successful destinations, the Wicklow Mountains and Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, into a spectacular 8-daytour.

Our base in Wales is in the Victorian village of Betws-y-Coed, North Wales', the principal village of the Snowdonia National Park, where most of our walking will be done. The Park is the second largest in England and Wales and covers an area of 2,171 square kilometer's (838 square miles) of northwest Wales. The park has some of the best walks in Britain, offering everything from oak woodlands, wild flowing rivers, cascading waterfalls, tranquil lakes to rocky mountains and moorland. Dominated by the highest mountain in England and Wales: Mt. Snowdon, standing at 1085m/3560ft. Whether it's nature, the great outdoors, culture or history that you love, Wales has it all.

We will spend the final days of the tour is spent in the Wicklow Mountains. An area known for its rich breathtaking scenery, spectacular valleys, Corrie lakes and majestic mountains. Which has earned the county the appropriate title 'The Garden of Ireland'.
Wicklow is home to the largest National Park in Ireland, which contains some of Europe's oldest peat bog-lands, heather clad mountains, broad-leafed and coniferous woodlands and to most of Ireland's native mammal species.

Our base is in a guesthouse just outside the pictures village of Laragh and most of our walking will be done within the National Park. Wicklow is proud to have the oldest way-marked trail in the country, "The Wicklow Way". We will be walking on some of the most scenic sections that will take us to places like Djouce Mountain, Lough Dan, Glendalough and Glenmalure Valley, which is the longest valley in Ireland.


At a Glance

  • 7 Nights B&B Accommodation. 7 Breakfasts.
  • 6 packed lunches. All walks guided.
  • Pickup and return to Dublin Airport. Ferry to and from Wales.
  • All transport to and from walks and evenings out.