Discover a completely different Algarve – nestling in its green and peaceful hinterland are traditional villages and spectacular landscapes. How do you reach this world preserved from the past? Nothing could be easier… just follow the arrows!
Annascaul walks is a small friendly walking club in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula, where brooding mountains, stunning coastlines and fast flowing rivers provide magnificent year round walking. The club embodies the adventurous spirit of Annascaul’s famous son, Tom Crean the antarctic explorer.
Ballinskelligs is a beautiful coastal village which has magnificent mountain hikes and Atlantic walks. We are a group of walking enthusiasts who love discovering new trails and welcome other walking groups to join us on our many organised walks in Kerry.
A walking club in East Limerick with members from all over Munster offering 2 walks each Sunday and one each Thursday night. The club has an approximate membership of 200. The club runs the Ballyhoura International Walking Festival on the first weekend of May each year.
Hello our club is an easygoing hillwalking club based in Rathfarnham Dublin that walks every Sunday (and on Tuesday nights during the Summer and early Autumn months). We meet at the Tuning Fork pub in Rathfarnham (outside!) South Dublin every Sunday morning at 9.45am.
Situated close to the Wicklow Mountains the club makes full use of this wonderful amenity with walks provided on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. And of course walks that are further afield too!
Club Cualann meets for pre arranged walks in the Wicklow Mountians every Sunday and Climbing every Wednesday. We also organise trips away within Ireland and abroad.The club always welcomes new members.
CHA, the Countrywide Hillwalkers Association, is one of the longest established walking club in Ireland. It was founded in 1922 and is Dublin based. Walks take place in the Dublin and Wicklow mountains every Saturday and we also organise a number of walks throughout the year in many parts of the island of Ireland.
Crannagh Ramlbers walking group was set up in 1997 by its founder John Doherty. Based in Inishowen, the group got its name from the Crana River on which the town of Buncrana is built.
Based in Buncrana, the group is open to everyone. A large part of the membership is based in Co. Derry. Walks are scheduled on Sunday morning, every two weeks.