Camino de Glendalough sees walkers undertake journey of spiritual reflection

The third annual Camino de Glendalough took place on the second Sunday of September and the event is growing from strength to strength. Over 100 people took part in the pilgrimage with up to 80 people undertaking the full 30 kilometre walk from Hollywood to Glendalough.

The Camino de Glendalough follows St Kevin’s Way over the Wicklow Mountains and has been selected as one of the Celtic Camino routes which links in with the Compostela. Those planning to walk the Camino de Santiago can get their Camino Passports stamped at the beginning and end of the Glendalough walk.

The day started with…

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