Wicklow Way, Ireland’s oldest long-distance walk, is a self-guided, 80-mile walking trail that crosses the Wicklow Mountains from just south of Dublin to Clonegal in County Carlow. The trail is divided into seven sections, and walkers can choose to make it a day trip or spend multiple days on the trail. You’ll pass through green valleys, forest, and farmland, as well as beauty spots such as Powerscourt Waterfall, Glendalough, and Lough Tay. Accommodation along the trail is usually in B&Bs (book in advance), and some will collect you and transport baggage. There are also tour packages that include accommodation, trail maps, luggage transport, and guides with local knowledge.