Wicklow Central - Lugnaquillia, Glendalough and the Devils Glen
The R756 and R755 are shown on the map along with the railway line running through Rathdrum.
This map shows the towns and villages of Roundwood, Laragh, the Vale of Glendalough, Glenealy, Rathdrum, Ballyknockan and Hollywood. Lugnaquillia, the highest mountain in Wicklow, features on this map.
Mullaghcleevaun is the second highest mountain in Wicklow and on a clear day the hills of Wales can be seen from the summit trig point.
Among the numerous mountains shown on this map are Luggala or Fancy mountain, Tonelagee, Scarr, Camaderry, Silsean, Mullaghcleevaun,Table Mountain, Conavalla, Clohernagh, and Slievemaan. The Devil’s Glen also features.
Among the rivers on this map are the Avonmore River, the Vartry River, the Glendasan River, Glenmacnass River, the Avonbeg River, the Slaney River and Kings River.
Among the lakes and reservoirs that feature on this map are Lough Tay, Lough Dan, Lough Ouler, Upper Lake Glendalough, Lower Lake Glendalough, Vartry Reservoir and the southern part of the Pollaphuca Reservoir.
Part of Wicklow National Park is included on this map. The central section of the Wicklow Way is also shown.
Numerous walks and trails feature and among them are Waterfall Walk, Seamus Heaney Walk, Derrybawn Woodland Trail, Spink Short Route, St Kevins Way, Clara Vale Trails, Jubilee Walk and Deputy’s Pass.
Glendalough and The Devil’s Glen have much to offer with mountains, hills, valleys and historic monuments. Highlights of the area include: Glendalough Monastic Site, Glenmacnass Waterfall and Roundwood which is one the highest villages in Ireland.
Two Discovery maps 1:50,000 also cover this area with sheet 56 covering the northern part of the map and sheet 62 covering the southern part.
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