Camaderry & Turlough Hill

September 7, 2019 @ 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

Time: 10.30 am – 4.30 pm

Meet at Visitor Centre Glendalough @ 10am.

From here we will make our way for Camaderry Mountain, through forest trails,  till we hit the open mountain side with great views on our way to the summit.

Camaderry (Irish: Sliabh Céim an Doire, meaning “step/pass of the oak-wood.)

From Camaderry Summit we will make our way for Tourlough Hill (Turlough Hill, also known as Tomaneena, is a 681-metre-high mountain in County Wicklow and site of Ireland’s only pumped-storage hydroelectricity plant. The power station is owned and operated by the ESB and can generate up to 292 megawatts of electricity at times of peak demand.)

Leaving Turlough hill we will make our way down to the St Kevins Way Trail returning to Glendalough on this trail and passing an old mining works on the way .

This hike is approx 17km.
Moderate Hike
Open Mountain.

What you need to bring

Hiking waterproofs.
Good hiking boots
Hiking warm clothing
Hat & gloves.
Food Snacks, Water for the day.

This hike is €25 per person.
Must be booked in advance.

Route may change in the event of bad weather.

Contact for Booking or Enquiries.