If You Go Down to the Woods Today
Full title: County Wicklow [Book Chapter]
Creator / Author: Donal Magner
Item Type / Page count: Book Chapter / 41pp
When Published: 2011
Publisher / Place of Publication: The Lilliput Press / 62-63 Sitric Road, Arbour Hill, Dublin 7.
Parent Publication [book]: Stopping by woods: a guide to the forests and woodlands of Ireland / by Donal Magner / pp 476-516
About: This is just one chapter in a guidebook that lists and details, on a county-by-county basis, more than 300 forests and woodlands in Ireland that are open for public access. The author, who describes 27 woodlands in Wicklow, comments that “Wicklow is regarded as the home of Irish forestry. It has maintained its links – however tenuous – with the great primeval forests”.
ID number(s): 9781843511700 / 9781843511694
Contents Aughrim [Sean Linehan Walk] – Avondale – Ballinafunshoge – Ballinastoe – Ballygannon – Ballymoyle Hill – Baravore – Cloghleagh — Cloon-Oak Glen – Coronation Plantation — Crone – Deputy’s Pass – Devil’s Glen – Djouce – Glenart Wood – Glendalough – Glen of the Downs – Kindlestown – Kippure – Knocksink – Meetings [Avoca] – Mount Kennedy – Rath Wood – Russelstown – Tomnafinnoge – Trooperstown – Vale of Clara.
Extra #1: Includes plans of each woodland, colour photographs and county map.
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