Published on Feb 23, 2016
The Wicklow Mountains are Ireland’s most extensive granite upland area and, with their picturesque glacial valleys, sweeping heathland and expansive views, are a magnet for hillwalkers. The highest peaks, especially Lugnaquilla (925 m) get snow most winters and some of the mountain roads become periodically impassable. Shot in January and February of 2016 using time lapse and drone footage, this short film depicts some stunning views of the ‘White and Wild’ Wicklow Mountains.
Submitted by Martin Critchley, Purple Peak Adventures
Music track: Marie Brennan and Davy Spillane: A Place Among the Stones