On Mon the 29th of July I woke up at 4am (couldn't sleep), weather looked bad outside so a check round national weather told me Wicklow was to be sunny, so i packed, got the 07:45 bus to Dublin then the 11:30 bus to Glendalough. Just after a nice cold drink in the hotel bar I crossed the road. I stayed on the Wicklow way for only about 100m & decided to to see if I could cut through the forest, so after finding a trail that was heading my way I crossed the forest track 3 times & ending up in kinda the open. Luckily enough there was a trail through the ferns aswell which led me up to the track to Brockagh mountain. I really shouldn't have sat down though. After leaving Brockagh & heading to Tonelagee I decided I'd change plans & divert to the eastern col overlooking Lough Ouler. (col centre of pic) I was glad I changed route as I would have missed the herd otherwise. Climbing up to the col & overlooking the Lough, I thought, I this (& I was wrecked) so decided to go down & camp there & call it a day. After a quick I was soon of to sleep. The next morning the cloud had set in as it was supposed too. I sat around for a bit waiting for it to lift as it was meant to but didn't. So instead of going up one of the gullies, which I thought if I did I wasn't going to turn back to Tonelagee but head on, so I back tracked up to the col again, getting some one the way. On the col I thought I'd have one last look at Lough Ouler. Oh well, onwards & upwards. Tonelagee top (maybe I should'a just went up the gully) Stoney top I thought I'd stop for a bit off the side of Stoney top, give the clouds a chance to lift as they were late doing so. (they mustn't have got the memo of my schedule) I can see the light shinning. So on again over past Barnacullian & on to Mullaghcleevaun, but after Barnacullian I had this to cross. (when I say had to, I could have went round it, but you know) Luckily it was dry(ish), but thankfully not that dry just after the blanket. It's good to touch the green, green grass... (looking back at Tonalagee) Mullaghcleevaun top On the way to Mullaghcleevaun east top. (tempting place for me to lay down, better not) Mullaghcleevaun east top looking back at Mullaghcleevaun Looking back at Tonelagee (right hand side of pic) & then the cross to Mullaghcleevaun Cleevaun lough, where I'd thought to sleep the first night & a few scenery shots on the way to Duff hill. Duff hill, looking back then forward Gravale top, looking back then forward Carrigvore top, (you guessed it) looking back then forward. Sally's gap (where I got a nice bit of a present from two guys in a car looking for a Fox's pub after I informed them I was only smoking a rolley) From here I thought maybe to head over to Liffey head bridge along the road for some water & camp up in off it. But no, that would have been too smart for me, I could'a dropped back to Crockan pond S/E of this nice ruin. But no, I thought I'd go on & see if there was anything running into the source of the Liffey or even the re-entrant above. There wasn't, I should'a lay down under that rock hours ago instead I had a very dry camp (no tea) I decided to not cook but keep what water I had left incase I needed it during the night, I had less than 500ml. Next morning I ate the days before lunch of wraps, cheese & chorizo with a few glugs of water & heading off. Tonduff south looking onto Maulin (which was to be my last hill) with Great Sugar Loaf behind it to the left. Did I stop & filter some water, did I jack I still had around 200ml left. Maulin was to be my last, but last moment I cut off down to the left onto the track & into the forest. (I blame the present for all decisions made after Sally's gap) I cut down through the forest by a few trails instead of going back along the flank of Maulin, along the road a few hundred metres & back on to the Wicklow way. Coffee time! Then back on the way for a bit. After leaving the way I came across a road sign & almost done what it told me. (I love those signs, but they are more or less gone now for the new give way signs) After just over 48hrs & around 37,22km with 1551m accent & 1613m descent (is that all!) I was finished. Sorry if its a bad TR, thought I'd give it a go. To be honest it was easier doing the walk. (I came back with the two dinners I went with, not for the first time with these meals either Re-edit: not a tracked route but more or less the way taken, but in reverse.