Lugnaquilla and Glendalough
EastWest Mapping has produced a series of maps on Wicklow with an emphasis on traditional place names which illustrate many features and locations within the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains. These references are in contrast to the more commonly known names that were documented by the British in the 1840's and are currently used by the Ordnance Survey of Ireland.
The map is drawn to a scale of 1:30,000 with the contours spaced 10m apart. It is printed on Pretex 120 gsm paper which is both water and tear resistant.
Around 40km of the Wicklow Way is covered on this map between Lough Dan, outside Roundwood and Iron Bridge, close to .
Annamoe, Aughavannagh, Ballinaclash, Donard, Glendalough, Glenmalure, Greenan, Kiltegan, Knockanarrigan, Laragh, Rathdangan and Seskin.
Aughavannagh Mountain, Ballinacor, Ballineddan, Ballygobban, Braigue Mountain, Brockagh, Camaderry, Camara, Camenabologue, Cannow, Carrickashane, Carrigatheme, Carrigbrack, Carriglinneen, Church Mountain, Cloghernagh, Conavalla, Coolgarrow, Corriebracks, Corrig, Corrigasleggaun, Croaghanmoira, Cullentragh, Derrybawn, Dry Hill, Fananerrin, Keadeen, Kirikee, Lobawn, Luduff, Lugnaquilla, Lybagh, Mullacor, Paddock Hill, Scarr, Slieve Maan, Spinc, Sugarloaf, Table Mountain, Tonelagee, Toorboy Mountain and Trooperstown Hill.
Art's Lough, Baravore, Barton's Wood, Bendoo, Benleagh, Brusher Gap, Cavanagh's Gap, Cook's Gap, Drumgoff Gap, Fraughan Rock Glen, Glen of Imaal, Glendalough Upper and Lower Lakes, Glendasan Valley, Glenealo, Glenmacnass Waterfall, Imaal Gap, Iron Bridge, Kelly's Lough, Lough Ferrib, Lough Nahanagan, Lough Ouler, Ow River Valley, Shay Elliot Recreational Area, Three Crosses Gap, Three Lakes, Turlough Hill, Wexford Gap, Wicklow Gap and Zig-Zags.