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I am looking to join the club, the difficulty of the walks A, B, and c. Could someone explain the differences?
14 June 2021

Siobhan Hawke | email
I'm going to do the Beara to Breifne way this summer with members of my family. Have been reading your accounts with interest - would it be possible to contact Mike Moroney or anyone else in the club who did it for some extra advice?
best wishes
Siobhan (O'Sullivan) Hawke
14 June 2021

Margaret hayes
Well over on your fabulous C
Walk today.
It had everything a lovely may of
doing the Dolman loop.
Eddie mcgrath
13 June 2021

Mike Pinnock | email
Hi, is there a chance that you could make your members aware of my book please, it may also cheer yourselves up during lockdown:
‘Walk East Until I Die: A Trek through Irish History and Beyond’ chronicles the first 28 days of a walk I’m making from the west coast of Ireland along the E8 path towards Istanbul. I’m 75, and last year I made it to the Austrian border.
Check out my webpage:, or key ‘Walk East Until I Die/Mike Pinnock.
Follow the walk on Twitter at: pinnock_walk.
The book contains 320 pages & 9 maps.
To buy: Alan Hanna’s Bookshop in Dublin & Bandon Books Plus, County Cork definitely have it stocked; or enquire at your local bookstore. Alternatively email:

3 March 2021

Shane Maher
Any walks planned in cork over the next few weeks
26 December 2020

Rody Tierney
To all my friends a merry Christmas and a very happy new year
Though our grand hobby is put on hold we should not despair
Just keep the chin up, be positive all walkers A B and C
When all this has ended the Galtee’s will still be there to welcome you and me
25 December 2020

Mary O'Riordan | email
Our annual Glenstal walk on Sunday is cancelled as with current restrictions we are inable to attend mass in Glenstal Abbey. Happy Christmas to all and hopefully we will be able to get back to normal next year.
15 December 2020

Helen Morrissey | email
Pair of mens walking boots left into the Tourist office in Aherlow, they were found on Monday evening Sept 21st. They were likely left beside a car after a walk and the owner drove off without them.
Call us on 086 8314443 if they are yours
23 September 2020

Dennny O'Dwyer
Due to new Government restrictions The Ramble scheduled for Saturday 29th of August has now been cancelled.
19 August 2020

Denny O'Dwyer. | email
Hillwalking Radio Group's annual fundraiser 'The Ramble' to Darby's Bed will take place from the Community Hall in Galbally on Saturday 29th of August at 11am. There will be a talk at the Megalithic Tomb, refreshments and a raffle will take place on your return to the hall. Blood pressure testing and the magician are cancelled but a visit to the Men's Shed is in order. Covit-19 guidelines will be in operation, please follow the instructions of the marshals. Patrons are asked to register from 10.30am onward. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
5 August 2020

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