Posted on 23.03.18

There is a busy time ahead in Ticknock this weekend with a number of events taking place: on Saturday there is a Mountain Meithal trail repair workday on the route to Fairy Castle from the masts between 10:00 and 16:00, the Walk the Line fundraising event for Dublin Wicklow Mountain Rescue starts from the GAP at 16:30, the 22km route heads through Ballyedmonduff, Ticknock, Kilmashogue, Tibradden, Fairy Castle and returns to The GAP. On Sunday there is a Coillte sponsored Biking Blitz. A warm welcome to all who will be visiting Ticknock this weekend.


Posted on 07.03.18

Coillte advise the public that many of our recreation sites and car parks remain closed, because they are not accessible due to lying snow. In upland areas, these closures are likely to remain in place for some time. Please be considerate of our neighbours who require access to homes and farms and do not block their entrances or access roads.

Posted on 24.02.18

On Sunday February 25th Mountain Meithal are starting trail upgrade works on the section of the Dublin Mountains Way/Fairy Castle Loop/Wicklow Way between Tiknock - Fairy Castle - Tibradden. The trails will remain open, please abide by safety signage. The upgrade works will take place every second weekend for a number of months. If you are interested in lending a hand check out

Posted on 15.02.18

Dogs are welcome on the Coillte estate, Coillte’s policy is that dogs must be under effectual control at all times.  Spring has sprung and sheep are about to have lambs in the uplands.  In addition some birds make their nests on the ground and the young chicks are very vulnerable to disturbance by dogs. To protect livestock and wildlife we are asking that dog owners and dog walkers would put their dogs on leads in certain sensitive areas.  You will see that signs have been erected at access points from Tiknock, Tibradden and Cruagh onto the open hill to ask dog owners and dog walkers to please put their dogs on leads on these walking routes.  We ask that all dog owners and dog walkers obey these signs to protect farmers livelihoods and biodiversity.


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