A spokesperson for Dublin Wicklow Mountain Rescue team has said it was seeing huge figures of folks browsing community uplands.
There have been a lot more folks in the Wicklow mountains than predicted for the inhabitants in all those locations, Valerie Hayes explained to RTÉ’s Early morning Eire.
Covid-19 indicates the rescue teams have to have to react to get in touch with-outs in their private vehicles and significant volumes of website traffic are making it much more hard for them to attend emergencies.
Ms Hayes said a colleague claimed that it took them 45 minutes for a journey that typically can take just 15 minutes.
She mentioned people today parking in entrance of gates are also causing challenges.
The rescue spokeswoman appealed to the general public to reconsider going into the mountains at this time.
Wicklow is not the only space where vacation limitations have been flouted at the weekend.
Shorelines and hill-going for walks spots from Kerry to Wexford were also packed with men and women from nicely outside the house their 5km zones, according to posts on social media.
Final 7 days, following a dangerous rescue in icy disorders on Carrauntoohil, Kerry Mountain Rescue appealed to individuals not to climb mountains in the present icy ailments and to regard the 5km rule.
In Wicklow, gardaí mounted a significant checkpoint procedure warning about illegally parked autos yesterday which would have prevented crisis products and services accessing various locations.
Tow vans had been utilized after a number of autos experienced to be moved yesterday.