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Margaret
Brian, great to hear that your Club are thinking of climbing the Galtees. For information on visitor accommodation locally we suggest you access the Glen of Aherlow Fáilte tourist website which will provide you with details on local walking routes, B & B's, hotels etc.
They can be contacted at E;: info@aherlow.com or phone: 062 56331. Enjoy the walking !
10 April 2017

Pat Riggs
Deepest thanks to all involved in organising today's Marathon - by any standards, a VERY tough one. Thoroughly enjoyable though. How did Rody and Danny make it seem so easy on the prep walks? Míle buíochas.looking forward to next year's.....
9 April 2017

Brian | email
We are a Co.Armagh Hill walking Club looking to walk in The Galtees preferably 13th October weekend this year.There are normally 40-50 of us travel for our annual away week end.
We are having difficulty finding accomadation where we can all book in as one group ,would really appreciate a list of suggested places/hotels to stay within a 40 minute radius,
6 April 2017

siobhan nugent
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24 March 2017

Pat Riggs | email
Thanks Tos for a great climb. Very enjoyable in spite of clouds.
8 January 2017

Pat Riggs | email
Thanks Gerard. Yes, the Gate' explanation is one possibility. I had come up with 'Droim Géise' - ' the ridge of the swan' because 'géis ' occurs in other placenames and could mean there were swans there at some stage - unlikely in this case,,I would think. It could also mean that the feature lòked like the shape of a swan. All explanations equally plausible and implausible.
29 November 2016

Gerard Sheehy
Pat,

Re 'Geisha Steps' - I think it's actually 'Gate of Steps' (or something to that effect) and was a local name given to that spot as there may have been a gate there one time.
25 November 2016

Pat Riggs | email
Thanks to Toss for a challenging but very satisfying walk (climb?) Yesterday. It was superb.
Can anybody explain the origin of the name 'Geisha Steps'?
14 November 2016

Pat Riggs | email
Thanks to Danny for organizing a fabulous walk yesterday. Thoroughly enjoyed the trek (he keeps a brisk pace!) and the superb company.
7 November 2016

Edmond McGrath
Wel over Amelia beautiful enjoyable walk
9 October 2016

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