WHERE: Saint Kevin’s Way from Hollywood village to the Wicklow Gap. This is an ancient pilgrim route (Wicklow’s answer to the Camino de Santiago in North Spain) which was used by people travelling from West Wicklow and the midlands to Glendalough. It is a valley walk which follows loosely the course of the King river upstream. It has been revived in recent years by people trying to restore a rich heritage of spirituality. It will take approximately five hours and is a moderate walk.
WHEN: Sunday, 28 September 10am-3pm
MEET: At the Emo petrol station in Hollywood village in west Wicklow (8km approx. south of Blessington on the road to Baltinglass) at 10am.
BRING: Comfortable footwear, warm waterproof gear and some food.
For more details or if you need a lift contact Larry Gordon at 087-6832827 mobile.