March 22, 2022

Celebrating International Day of Forests

March 9, 2022

Walk on St Kevin’s Way organised for Easter Saturday

A walk has been organised to take place St Kevin’s Way on this year’s Easter Saturday, the 16th of April to coincide with Annual Pilgrimage Week. […]
March 7, 2022

Weekend Access Only to Avondale Forest Park

Avondale Forest Park is to temporarily close weekday access to the public, to enable completion of an exciting new visitor attraction for County Wicklow.   Coillte […]
March 4, 2022

Tree Planting Initiative on the Glassamucky Brakes & Cunard Commonages

Recently, as part of the SUAS Pilot Project, the shareholders of Glassamucky Brakes & Cunard Commonages on the Wicklow and Dublin border, came together to undertake […]
February 28, 2022

Invasive Tree Species Being Removed from Glencap Commons

February 25, 2022

The Belmont Way

The Belmont Way is a 5.5km route that offers a varied, and at times, challenging walk, through some of north Wicklow’s most interesting landscape that includes native woodland, farmland and the shoulder of The Little Sugarloaf and its commanding views. As a liner route it can be enjoyed from either direction. Sitting neatly between the Bray Head Loop and the Sugar Loaf Way, the trail also forms a central section of the new Wicklow Uplands Way allowing for a longer, more vigorous challenge when combined with either or both options (please see the video below for more on these connected trails).
February 2, 2022

SUAS Project Featured on Popular Signpost Web-Series.

Did you spot the SUAS Pilot Project on Teagasc’s popular Signpost web-series? Titled, ‘The Future Of Uplands Management – Lessons From SUAS’, Declan Byrne, Project Manager […]
February 1, 2022

Celebrating St Brigid’s Day

January 31, 2022
Bray Head

The Bray Head Loop

The Bray Head Loop is a 5.5km route and offers spectacular views of Bray, North East Wicklow, Dublin Bay and the Irish Sea. If starting from the Vevay Road, go to the Wilton Hotel roundabout and look for the entrance to the woodland, which is located just beside Bus Stop 4208 – Briar Wood. A map board for the trail is located just inside the gate and can be seen from the roadside. The route is marked with red arrows.