Kindlestown wood

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Kindlestown wood: A 35 hectare site of mixed woodland with a network of trails. There is a looped walk of 2.5 kilometre with some of the way adapted for mobility impaired visitors. There is an outline of a hill fort dating back to the Iron age.

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Leinster, Ireland, Europe
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Kindlestown

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From Dublin:
Take the M11/N11 south to Kilmacanogue. Travel for a mile and pass the "Eco Shop" on the left. Take the next exit signposted "Glenview Hotel". Take the 2nd right turn signposted “Glen of Downs” Golf Club (do not cross the flyover bridge). Pass the Golf Club on the left, travel to top of road and at junction turn right signposted Delgany 3 km. The entrance to Kindlestown car park is up the hill and on the left.

From South East:
Take the N11 signposted for Dublin. Travel through the Glen of the Downs and take the next exit on the left sign posted “Glenview Hotel”. At junction turn right and then immediate right. Turn onto the flyover bridge (crossing over N11). Take 2nd left turn signposted “Glen of Downs” Golf Club. Pass the Golf Club on the left. Travel to top of road and at junction turn right signposted Delgany 3 km. The entrance to Kindlestown car park is up the hill and on the left.

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Never closes

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Free

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