An umbrella group for Irish hillwalkers.
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Emergency Road Closure
Wicklow County Council wishes to advise motorists that due to storm damage to Ballysmuttan Bridge and the adjoining road the L4377-0 Ballysmuttan to Oldcourt Road is closed until further notice. For safety reasons the public and sightseers are requested not to visit the site.
During this time the following diversions will be in operation:
A draft of the constitution was presented at the General Meeting of 20th September 2009. Following discussion and some small agreed amendments, here is the Constitution which is to come into force on 1st Jan 2009 and as amended at the AGM on 13th Mar 2013.
The name of the Association shall be The Walkers Association of Ireland (hereinafter referred to as "The Association")
The Hart Walk '08.
This year's Hart Walk had only two participants, Peter Gillen (An Óige) and Tom Milligan (Hillwalkers/Ramblers). Being 70 miles long over mountain and road this was not really surprising. There were ten walkers last year, Sandra Brady setting a new woman's record on that occasion. Starting at 8pm across the road from the Terenure tram station, where HC Hart first commenced his walk in 1886, the duo headed off into a pleasant enough evening with only the occasional shower attempting to dampen their spirits.
Joyce Country Challenge 2008
The 2008 Joyce Country challenge was blessed with fine weather for its second year, last Saturday 19th of July. While the day started off cloudy, it soon gave way to warm sunshine, of which the boys and girls took full advantage and changed to shorts and sun block!
First to finish was local lad David Joyce, who was also last years first finisher.
The A-Walk or led walk proved a big hit as the walkers enjoyed both the weather and the scenery, with no care whatsoever to navigation or other distractions!
Ena Rafferty, current Chairwoman of the Wayfarers Association, a Dublin based
hillwalking club, asks: