APRIL 20, 2019
Fully guided walk of St. Kevin’s Way, Wicklow celebrating Pilgrim Paths Week. Information 0868594333 or email: Glendaloughpilgrimage@gmail.com
St Kevin’s Way, Co Wicklow. Guided walk. For information contact, 0868594333 or email: Glendaloughpilgrimage@gmail.com,
Completed Events, 2018
Guided walk of the full route starting in Hollywood as part of the 2nd annual Irish Pilgrim Journey. Walking not completing the Irish Pilgrim Journey are most welcome to join for the day. For further information contact, 0868594333 or email: Glendaloughpilgrimage@gmail.com
Holy Saturday, April 15th,
Celebrate Easter and Pilgrim Paths Week by joining a contemplative walk along the ancient route of St Kevin from Ballinagee Bridge to Glendalough, Co Wicklow. Walk will take about 4 hours to complete and the meeting point is Glendalough at 10 am, on Holy Saturday, April 15.
Further information from Eleanor at 083 4328442.
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*** Completed Events ***
January 6th, 2017
A special pilgrimage to celebrate the lengthening daylight will take place from Glendalough on Friday, January 6, at 10.30am. The walk will follow St Kevins Way from the Wicklow Gap back to Glendalough. This is a short reflective journey at the close of the Holy Nights of Christmas and Mid-Winter.
St Kevin’s Way: June 11th 2016.
This will be a reflective walk, honouring the tradition of pilgrimage along this route in medieval times at the Feast Day of St Kevin. We will walk from the top of the Wicklow Gap to Glendalough Upper Lake and will have some pauses along the way for snacks and chats. Afterwards, there will be the opportunity to have lunch at the Royal Hotel at 12.30am followed by an afternoon of talks and meditations led by Maya and Rosaleen on the subject of ‘Insight’
The theme of the walk is ‘St Kevin and the Balance of Nature’
Led by Eleanor Sutherland and Triona Phelan.
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The walk this year will be on Saturday 26th March 2016.
As in previous years, the starting point will be the visitor centre at Glendalough where there will be a bus to bring walkers up to the start at Ballinagee Bridge. There is car parking at the visitor centre, and the first bus will leave at 10am. The walk will bring you back to the start.
Full details will be on this site next week.
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