Walks organised by the club generally cover the Dingle Peninsula and Killarney area. When we plan a walk, options are generally available for a challenging (A) route and a moderate (B) route. A summary of walks planned for the forthcoming period are shown in page Members Forthcoming Walks, and a detailed description of the next walk is given in page Members Next Walk.
Guests are welcome to participate in walks with the group and are covered under Mountaineering Ireland insurance for a maximum of 3 “taster” walks. To facilitate the administration of this visitors must contact the club by email giving minimum 24 hours’ notice before they come to do a walk. A register of guests will be maintained by the club, and all visitors will be asked to sign an Indemnity Form. Other than Mountaineering Ireland members, all non-members and visitors will be asked to do the B walk, and only walkers who are properly equipped will be allowed to take part in the walk. Please leave your pets at home, dogs are not allowed on any walk.
25th September 2022.
“A” walk. Coumasaharn Lake Horseshoe. (09:30 at starting point).
“B” walk. Coumagrossaun Lake.
2nd October 2022.
“A” walk. Carrauntoohil. (Leave Annascaul at 09:15 Cronin’s Yard at 10:00).
“B” walk. Cronin’s yard loop.
9th October 2022.
“A” walk. Masatiompan from Teer.
“B” walk. Sauce Creek.
16th October 2022.
Boat trip through Killarney Lakes and walk back through The Old Kenmare Road.
23rd October 2022.
“A” walk. Caherconree from Benson’s shop.
“B” walk. Lower loop below Baurtregaum from Benson’s shop.
30th October 2022.
October Festival. Introduction to walking, Meelin Hill.
6th November 2022.
“A” walk. Ballinloghig valley, south side, Foxy John’s house.
“B” walk. Ballinloghig valley, Northern loop.
13th November 2022.
The Three Sisters.
20th November 2022.
AGM after walk on Meelin Hill.
27th November 2022.
4th December 2022.
11th December 2022.
18th December 2022.
Glanageenty Woood loop.
1st January 2023.
Brandon from Faha.
MOUNTAINEERING IRELAND PARTICIPATION STATEMENT.
Mountaineering Ireland recognises that hill walking, climbing and rambling are activities with a danger of personal injury or death.
Participents in these activities ahould be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their actions and involvement.