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EastWest Mapping

Recreational and Tourism Mapping are our business

EastWest Mapping has been involved in recreational mapping for the past twenty years with two strands to our business. We publish & sell detailed mapping for recreational activities in the Leinster region. We also provide a nationwide survey and cartographic service for the tourism, local authority and publishing sectors.

The hallmark of EastWest Mapping publications are careful survey work and attention to detail. We like to ensure that the detail on our maps and in our guidebooks matches what the walker or cyclist will encounter on the ground.

List of Stockists

A list of shops selling EastWest Mapping publications can be found at the top of our Blog page.

EastWest Mapping, Clonegal, Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford.
Phone/ Fax 00353 (0)53 9377835

Latest News

If you use Facebook and would like a couple of news items a week relating to our mapping work - observations on placenames and all that sort of thing, then navigate to and 'Like' the page. These couple of items a week will then feed into your Facebook news stream etc.

Have a look - always something of interest to note and mention :)

The Wicklow Mountains West map at 1:30,000 scale is currently out of print. I expect to have a new revised 2nd edition by mid June. If you are looking for a copy of this and/or a set of four Dublin & Wicklow maps, drop me an email via the contact form and I'll let you know when it's available again soon. Thanks Barry Dalby

There are currently three distinct parking symbols on our maps, though they vary by edition. Please refer to your map.

1) Public car park, standard purple square with white letter P. These indicate a variety of car parks where the public are normally welcome. They may vary in size, holding a half dozen cars to several hundred. Pay car parks usually have the word Pay attached. Some public car parks have the word Closed attached. These are features that are either temporarily or permanently closed due to vandalism etc.

I'm currently revising our Wicklow Mountains West sheet. This covers the Wicklow hills approximately from Sally Gap to Wicklow Gap and Luggala to Blessington.

If you've used this map and are aware of any errors or omissions on it, I'd appreciate a heads up. Just a rough indication of what & where the problem lies, so that I can check it out on the ground.

thanks Barry D