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Denny O'Dwyer.
The Summer Solstice climb to Sliabh Ri is going ahead on the 21st of June. The normal 7pm start won't apply. Instead the event will be open from 4pm and people can go at staggered intervals. It is proposed that the 4am climb will run in a similar way. The hall will be closed to the public for the traditional cuppa. Of course adhering to Government guidelines on whatever distance in kilometres that is in operation on the date will apply.
3 June 2020

Rody Tierney
What a lovely shot Pat.your pic from Lough really captured it all .the outcrop of rocks on Galtee More reminded me of all the times we sheltered there to rest and have refreshments .it made my day.when this crisis is over you and I and all the other galtee stalwarts will assemble there again and maybe have a good celebration afterwards
22 March 2020

sean lonergan | email
just wandering will the marathon still be going ahead with the coronavirus
15 March 2020

Aidan Dilworth
Hi Barry, Aidan here, chairman of Galtee Walking Club. I understand you asked if you could bring your dog to the marathon/half marathon. Unfortunately Barry this is not permitted under section 8.8 of Galtee Walking club constitution which is available to view on club website. Thank you for your enquiry. Regards, Aidan Dilworthá
14 March 2020

Barry Rooney | email
Can you tell me if dogs are allowed to do Slievenamuck half marathon while leaded up
9 March 2020

renee howe | email
Hi, my son was hiking Galtee (I think near Michelstown) approx two weeks ago. He lost a bunch of keys on mountain, including hyundai car keys.
We would be very grateful if found.
Thank you
5 February 2020

Mary O'Riordan
Mass time on Sunday in Glenstal Abbey is 10am. Walk meeting point is 11.15 outside Murrue national school.
9 December 2019

Kathleen King
I found glasses on knockmealdown mts yesterday if you's know owner I can put in post e-mail address is
27 October 2019

Cecile Dejardin | email
Dear members of the Galtee Walking Club,
Through your website and the narration of your Beara-Breifne walk, we can see that a plaque (with the O'Sullivan arms) has been set up in Leitirim Village. Do you know if there is any local Historical Society that may be able to tell me more about that O'Rourke's castle and the arrival of Donal Cam O'Sullivan there... Many, many thanks to you and well done for that entreprise! Kind regards, CÚcile.
16 October 2019

Berry Wood | email
Jacket & Prescription Sunglasses found yesterday in Galtees Car Park
(Possibly Glen Cush Boreen). Contact Aherlow Tourist Office on 062 56331
4 October 2019

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