Tinahely Tours and Trips 2020/2021

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The Wicklow Way - 7 Days

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We had excellent weather in our 5 days of walking on the Wicklow Way. The scenery was outstanding , ...
  • Tour Type Self-Guided Tour
  • Activities Walking tours & Hiking
  • Accommodation Guest House
  • Age Range18 to 99 years old
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Excellent Reviewed Tour: The Wicklow Way - 7 Days
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“We were so happy with our Sherpa Expeditions experience as we traveled the 7-day of the Wicklow Way. Our trip had an exciting start as we boarded the bus from the airport in Dublin, made it to the train station and then quickly jumped on our train. The Sherpa Expeditions Partners in Ireland were able to pick us up right as we got off the train and took
us to our first stop in Tinahely. Being warmly greeted with coffee and scones at Madeline's B&B after a long day was wonderful. We thoroughly enjoyed all of our B&B's! The hosts were lovely and the food was always the best way to start the day! Our hiking adventure through Ireland was
beautiful as most days were quiet on the trail but led us to magnificent views! Most days also allowed us to meet other hikers who were happy to stop for a moment, ask where we were going and tell us how long to the next stop. My husband used the map provided to guide us on the trail and found it very helpful. We could not be more pleased with our
trip. Our legs are tired but it was all worth seeing the beautiful sites of the Wicklow Way.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: The Wicklow Way - 7 Days
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“This was a very pretty walk through the Irish countryside, though much of it was on some sort of road (paved lanes, forest service roads, etc.) rather than trails. I experienced early March Irish weather (rain, fog, hail, snow, wind and sunshine with rainbows) that was fun because I was equipped for it. I met some local walkers and learned more about the area. Learning about local politics over a pint was a highlight.”