Upcoming walks 

The club holds walks throughout the year.Our Sunday walks are on every second Sunday and require a reasonable level of fitness and suitable walking gear. We also hold introductory walks on one Saturday per month. We also hold walks every Wednesday evening during the months of May to August.

Details below

Meeting Points and Times

  1. For Sunday walks, please be at the meeting point at 10:15 a.m. so that the walk can start at 10:30 a.m. sharp
  2. If any walker wishes to do a short option, they must inform the leader in advance so that a shorter option can be arranged.
  3. For Saturday walks, meet at the meeting point at 10:30 a.m. and liaise beforehand with Lift Coordinator, Deirdre Byrne, if required.
  4. For Wednesday summer walks, meet at the meeting point at 7pm and contact the leader in advance.
  5. It is winter and you should pack a torch and spare food and clothing


Date Wednesday August 7th                                                                                                    

Leader  Patricia Doyle 087-7431142

Area  Bray to Greystones

Meeting point End of Bray Promenade

Pub Potterhouse Bray

Day: Sunday 11th August

Leader: Conor McGinn 085 2529156

Area: Lugnaquilla via Fraughan Glen and Clohernagh

Statistics: 10 km, 800 metres ascent

Meeting point: Glenmalure Lodge

Pub: Glenmalure Lodge

Date Wednesday August  14th                                                                                                                

Leader  Mary O'Donohoe 089-6124620

Area  Dalkey Island/Dublin Bay

Meeting point Coal Harbour

Pub Purty Kitchen

*** Notes for Hike (boat trip) on Weds 14 August

We will be traveling in an open boat and therefore you will need good warm clothes plus rain gear (including “wetlegs”)

Please bring a life jacket if you can as Mary can only provide 6 or 7 and also please let her know if you can bring one

If weather is unsuitable for the journey we will do a walk up Dalkey/Killiney Hill instead.                                   

Day: Saturday August 17th

Leader: Angie Hollingsworth   087 2813804         

Area: Glen of the  Downs       

Statistics: TBC

Meeting point: Kilmacanogue Roundabout

Pub: Plucks

The full Wednesday walk schedule is now available - See the Wednesday Walks tab under Walk Schedule.

Club Environmental Officer News




Do one or two things differently when you walk and climb, and you could make a positive difference for Ireland's mountains and upland areas. 12 suggestions below for you to challenge yourself, and others:


1. Car-pool whenever you can - it reduces emissions and saves on parking space.

2. Support the areas where you walk and climb by using shops, cafes, pubs and other services.

3. Do a 5-minute litter-pick around the area where you're parked before you head off for your activity.

4. If you come across a farmer on the hills, stop and have a chat.

5. Reduce the spread of erosion by keeping to the centre of paths.

6. Carry a bag to pick up litter that you come across in the outdoors.

7. Get the Biodiversity Data Capture app and make one biodiversity report from each day out.

8. Spend a day volunteering with Mountain Meitheal or the Mourne Heritage Trust.

9. Report dumping by phoning 1850 365 121 or using the 'See It, Say It' app. In Northern Ireland call 028 90569453.

10. Share the beauty of Ireland's natural environment with others through social media.

11. Cut down on flights by booking a holiday in Ireland.

12. Organise a club walk using public transport.





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Pub: TBA