Located just an hour and half from the bustle of Dublin city, Tinahely is a pretty village in south west Wicklow that offers a variety of walking opportunities. The region is renowned for the natural beauty of the landscape with visitors coming from all over Ireland and the world to go walking in the wilds of the Wicklow hills. With a range of looped walks to explore for all abilities, Tin...
New Downloadable Map of the Five Looped Walks.
Tinahely 4 Bounds Loop,
Tinahely Cow Loop.
The Tinahely Railway Walk, Tomnafinnoge Wood Walks and The Wicklow Way; from Moyne to Tinahely, are also included in the map.
PLEASE NOTE !
The Red Looped Walks are only accessible VIA Mangan’s Lane. Garryhoe Lane is NOT accessible to wal...
The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan is aimed at bringing communities, farmers, local authorities, schools, gardeners, Faith communities and businesses, both north and south, together to create an Ireland where pollinators can survive and thrive and in turn enable us to produce better crops and flora. By helping us learn the importance of pollinators, we can protect them and their habitat. ...
We are updating our “Walking in Tinahely” brochure at the moment. This free brochure will include an updated map of Tinahely’s walking trails and will be available In local shops, pubs, hotels and B&B’s. The brochure will also include a free directory of local businesses which will be of interest to visitors to Tinahely.
Welcome to the heart of Wicklow, to a village steeped in history and heritage with all the conveniences of modern living. We pride ourselves on maintaining our environment and preserving the natural beauty around us and nothing makes us happier than sharing this with our families and visitors.
Tinahely.ie is a one stop resource of all things Tinahely. It is operated by Tinahely Community Pr...
Located just an hour and half from the bustle of Dublin city, Tinahely is a pretty village in south west Wicklow that offers a variety of walking opportunities.
The region is renowned for the natural beauty of the landscape and visitors come from all over Ireland and the world to go walking in the wilds of the Wicklow hills.
Over the past few years, walking tourism has increased dramatically and...