July 4th, 2004

This weekend we headed deeper into the Wicklows, to Glendalough, renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century.

Just SW of Dublin, on the side of Killakee Mountain, looking down on the Glenasmole Reservoirs.
The mountains (Ballymorefinn, Black Hill?) along Military Road.
Umbrella, mountains, sheep.
Great Sugar Loaf.
Mountain lake and moors.
Glenmachass waterfall.
Glendalough's round tower.
Entrance gate to the settlement.
The cathedral.
St. Kevin's cross?
St. Kevin's church (aka Kevin's Kitchen).
The Glendassan river runs along the settlement.
The lower lake.
The hike from the settlement to the upper lake.
The upper lake.
Reefert Church
Heading back home.