Lough Dan Walk - Zine


Lough Dan  (Irish: Loch Deán) is a scenic boomerang-shaped ribbon lake largely set on private property, in the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland. 
Lough Dan lake lies at the base of Luggala 595 metres (1,952 ft) and Knocknacloghoge 534 metres (1,752 ft) mountains. 
The lough is fed by the Cloghoge (draining Lough Tay), and Inchavore rivers, and is drained by the River Avonmore. Part of Lough Dan forms part of the Guinness Estate at Luggala, and has limited public access.
The start of the walk is at the Pier Gates on the R759 near Roundwood, entrance to Luggala Lodge. Next to the Pier Gates themselves is a pedestrian kissing gate that leads onto a tarmac road leading downhill.
Follow the tarmac road downhill, then turn left at the white cottage – there is even an old sign on the cottage pointing towards Lough Dan …


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