Wicklow peaks

182 peaks

Highest peak


3,034 ft / 925 m

Most summited peak


25 summits

Most prominent peak


2,785 ft / 849 m prom

Wicklow summits

179 summits

First Ascent Awards

58 of 182 peaks 31%

Top climbing months

April 22%

June 12%

August 10%

Top ranges

Wicklow Mountains

Wicklow mountains highlights

"Solo. From road end at Baravore in Glenmalure. Up through forest on path and track to Fraughan Rock Glen. Continued on path that climbs steeply up out of the glen. Up ridge of Cinnow to Summit of Lugnaquilla. Very misty high up. Returned same way. This ascent is almost 50 years after my first ascent of Lugnaquilla and completes my second round of the Irish 3000 footers. " - Lugnaquilla, peter43, Jul 20, 2018
"The wife and I spent a week in Ireland enjoying the cities of Dublin and Galway. Despite this trip being more of a tourist vacay we still got in some trail walking. Took the DART out of Dublin down to Bray to do the coastal walk to Greystones. We missed some of the walk by staying up high visiting the large cross at the northern end and the summit at the southern end. Instead of bench marks they have concrete trigonometry markers on top. We whacked back down to the lower trail to head into Greystones with all the other weekend strollers. Popped into the Beach House for some chowder and beer/ha" - Bray Head, Nimblefoot, Nov 18, 2017
"Intention was to climb Lugnaquilla but weather (low cloud, force 5 winds) resulted in us heading up Benleigh and then back into the valley north of Beneligh after very slow progress through the bog between Benleigh and Camenabologue." - Benleigh, donal, Apr 28, 2013
"My friends and I were on a weekend trip to Ireland and decided to visit Wicklow Mountains National Park. On our way through Wicklow Gap we decided to stop at what appeared to be a very large incline. After about and hour and half of climbing we reached the summit of the mountain we later learned to be called Camaderry... wow." - Camaderry, bradakinnan, May 26, 2012
"Staying at CHA Guest House, Bray. With Anne Bellarby and other members of CHA party. From road end at Baravore in Glenmalure. Up through forest and approaching summit up ridge called Cinnow. Misty. Tea at Drumgoff." - Lugnaquilla, peter43, Sep 3, 1968

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