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Wicklow Way

The Wicklow Way (Slí Cualann) is a waymarked long distance walking trail in Ireland. Although ostensibly the trail is located in Wicklow, it actually includes part of counties Dublin and Carlow.

The trail is approximately long and passes through the mountains and uplands of these counties, although it tends to avoid actual summits. The largest mountain on the trail is White Hill, at ; it passes by many larger mountains, including Djouce and Lugnaquilla, although these are usually only accessible by side trails. The northern end of the trail is at Marlay Park in Rathfarnham in south Dublin city. The southern end of the trail is in the village of Clonegal in County Carlow. In its middle section the trail passes through the Glenmalure and Glendalough valleys, both known for their historic background.

The trail was planned by J. B. Malone in 1981; a memorial to him is located on the trail near Luggala.

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