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The next Full Moon Walk
Takes Place on Aug 25th at 8pm in Enniskerry
Meet For Enniskerry: At the Clock Tower (Center of the village) 19:45pm
Cost: €25ppFull Moon Landscape


These Full Moon Walks are an excellent opportunity to see beautiful landscape by the light of the moon. The walks will be short 2-3 hr walks and suitable for most levels of fitness.
You will visit some of the most scenic parts of Wicklow and Dublin, places such as Glendalough, Luggala, Djouce and many more. If you have never had the opportunity to do some night walking then don't miss this as it's an altogether different experience.
About the Enniskerry walk: The walk will place close to Enniskerry village. We will walk on Carrickgollogan and take many of the great wooded trails along the way. There are fantastic 360 degree views from the top of this small hill across the eastern coastline of Dublin and Wicklow. The tracks is very good easy to walk on and we will also pass by the Ballycorus Lead mines Chimney. This is a fantastic walk and easily manageable by most people.
N.B. Another walk may be chosen on the night weather dependent but will be of the same length and time.
The walk will take approx 2.5 hrs                    
                No previous walking experience required.

The Guides: All the guides on theses walks are fully qualified and trained with REC3 1st Aid and BOS Recognised awards, so you are in safe hands.
You may also learn some night navigation, gain some knowledge of the stars and you could even experience a night time rainbow.
These walks are very popular so early booking is essential to confirm your place.

"Can I  just say how very very much we enjoyed it!  The guides historical commentary and good manners were simply a joy. The night was glorious, the setting sublime." Martina.

What to bring for the walk.
•    Walking boots / walking shoes, trainers (mostly on track)
•    Water
•    Head torch or handheld.
•    Warm top, gloves, hat.
•    Waterproofs (just in case)
•    Snack,
•    Back pack with spare warm top and socks in.

How do I get to Enniskerry?

Drive: Take the N11 from Dublin going south and take the turn off after Bray for Enniskerry. (30 mins drive from city center)
Public Bus from Dublin: You can get to Enniskerry The 44 Public Bus which operates regularly from Dublin city center. - Cost €2.20 each way.
All Welcome.
(If you have any difficulty booking ring Terry on 087-7849599)

For those of you who have iphones
Torch and built in compass App
Distant Suns lite Stars and Constellations App

Dates: 2018

  • Aug 25th - Saturday 8pm
  • Sep 29th - Saturday 7pm
  • Oct 27th - Saturday 6pm
  • Nov 24th - Saturday 6pm



Some Pictures taken from previous walk.


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