Reviews of The Wicklow Way

The reviews below refer to "The Wicklow Way" published by Rucksack Readers. To find out more about this book, click on its cover or Look inside its pages or visit its Gallery.

Excerpt from online review

This book gives a very comprehensive description of the route and contains much relevant additional information and many fine photographs.

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Excerpt from review in "Irish Mountain Log"

This is a really excellent guide to the Wicklow Way ... No-one should get lost if they follow the instructions in conjunction with the five-panel drop-down map and the waymarked signs on the ground. ... It has a special extended section about Glendalough, a rather good potted history of Ireland, and sections on geology, flora and fauna. ... A walker not familiar with Wicklow will certainly find everything they need there.

Review by Brian Gilsenan, IML Summer 2003, page 44

Excerpt from 5-star Amazon review

This is vital reading for anyone intending to walk all or part of the Wicklow Way ... Packed full of useful, interesting and informative advice as well as essential maps and marvellous photography, the book is set out in a clear and concise manner. It can be used as either a practical guide full of helpful tips and must-know facts or just an absorbing read. This is the third Rucksack Reader I have read, and they just keep on getting better.

Helen Bligh, London at

Printed book £11.99

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The Wicklow Way is Ireland's first and most popular Waymarked Way, running between Marlay Park (Dublin) and Clonegal, 82 miles (132 km) to the south. It offers varied… more about Wicklow Way »