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2007-05-02 22:26:49
"Carraig Dúlra" from dulra Contract pics
Picture: Carraig Dúlra (Contract pics)

Camping available Wicklow Hiker/Eco
A keen walking friend sent me a link to this site because she noticed SeamusO's query about a friendly farmer in Wicklow for camping. We've emailed Seamus but in case anyone else is interested....hopefully this won't be seen as an unsolicited ad and deleted, but rather an answer to a query. Our outlook is not-for-profit.
We are beginners as small scale organic farmers in on a wee mountain, Carraig, (nr. Ashford/Gleneally/Moneystown) Co. Wicklow. We also do some training, family days, volunteering etc as we hope to develop our place Carraig Dúlra as a eco centre, retaining skills, and a disappearing way of life. We're trying to focus on appreciation for our part in the natural world.

We offer hiker only (no cars) camping for periods under ten days. We can pick up from bus and train by arrangement. So far we have an out door kitchen, fire pits, compost loo and water from barrels. We charge 10 euro per night with opportunities for barter/volunteering etc.

If you are interested you might like to check out our website
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