Latest Walks and Events

Sunday 18 October, 2020

18 October 2020 18 October 2020 18 October 2020

Sunday 11 October, 2020

11 October 2020 11 October 2020 The Limerick Division of the Galtee Walking Club descended on the mystical setting of Lough Gur and it's Heritage Centre today. On arrival we were greeted by the site manager Alice and tour guide Morgan. Conditions were good and we all enjoyed a very informative talk as he delved into the megalithic, neolithic and folklore of the place as we climbed Knockfinnan and Knockadoon. We visited the Heritage centre to purchase copies of the book, 'The Farm By Lough Gur' before we settled down to early afternoon coffee.  Denny O'Dwyer


 11 October 2020

Sunday 4 October, 2020

4 October 2020 4 October 2020

Sunday 27 September, 2020

27 September 2020 27 September 2020

Sunday 20 September, 2020

20 September 2020
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20 September 2020

Sunday 13 September, 2020

13 September 2020 13 September 2020

Sunday 6 September, 2020

 6 September 2020

Thanks also to Eddie McGrath for his C walk from Clydagh Bridge.

Sunday August 30, 2020

30 August 2020 30 August 2020

Wednesday August 26, 2020

26 August 2020

Sunday August 23, 2020

23 August 2020 23 August 2020

Sunday August 16, 2020

16 August 2020

Thanks also to George Keogh for his C walk from Christ the King.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

12 August 2020

Sunday August 9, 2020

9 August 2020 9 August 2020

Wednesday August 5, 2020

5 August 2020

Sunday August 2, 2020

2 August 2020 2 August 2020

Wednesday July 29, 2020

29 July 2020

Wednesday July 22, 2020. Club Walks are Back

22 July 2020 22 July 2020

20 July, 2020

20 July 2020

July 2020

July 2020

Monday July 6, 2020

06 July 2020

Sunday June 21, 2020

21 June 2020

Monday June 15, 2020

15 June 2020

Covid-19

All club walks were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The club is guided by Government advice and all Government instructions will be followed.

Covid - 19

A poem by Rody Tierney

In the year of twenty twenty this enemy swept the land.
More deadly than Adolf Hitler, the Famine or the Black and Tans.
This invisible silent tyrant, by God he was our foe,
On our weak and oldest generation he struck his deadly blow.

He was conceived and born in China, Coronavirus is his name.
He made his way to Europe and invaded Italy and Spain.
The convoy of coffin lorries on the telly made it known
This enemy has no mercy and combat weapons we have none.

We can not hug our neighbour or shake him by the hand.
Social gatherings are forbidden and there is no Sunday Mass.
The restaurants and pubs are closed, there is an air of doom and gloom.
Over seventies are confined indoors and told they must cocoon.

Our government they did us proud, they met this plague head on.
Our medical people are all on board, each and every one.
The minister asked for a little help, he got over sixty thousand volunteers.
Our well trained and dedicated nurses returned from overseas.

We are a strong united people with spirit, faith and hope.
We will get through this together though our backs are on the ropes.
On this blustery and wet Palm Sunday as I sit and write this poem
I remember friends and Marathons past but today I must and will remain at home.

Wash your hands.

Photos taken by Individual Walkers March 16 to March 22

22 March 2020

Sunday March 15, 2020

15 March 2020

Sunday March 8, 2020

8 March 2020

Sunday March 1, 2020

1 March 2020 1 March 2020

Sunday February 23, 2020

23 February 2020
23 February 2020

Sunday February 16, 2020

16 February 2020

Sunday February 2, 2020

2 February 2020 2 February 2020
Members of the Mid Tipp club joined Marian on the tour to places which included Hore Abbey, the Rock of Cashel, St Dominick's Abbey, the Norman Tower House on the main street, the Bishop's Palace, the Church of Ireland Cathedral with its Chapter House and Library, the old town walls and the Roman Catholic Church built in 1795 on the site of an earlier Friary.

Glen of Aherlow Winter Walking Festival 2020

The Glen of Aherlow Winter Walking Festival took place over the weekend of January 25 and 26, 2020. The festival base was Aherlow House Hotel and buses took participants to the walk locations in the area.
The event was organised by Aherlow Failte Society and the walk leaders and stewards were provided by the Galtee Walking Club.
The walk leaders were: John Lonergan, Tom Lyons, Pat Kinane, Thos O'Neill, Pat Riggs.

Festival Photo Album

Festival Brochure

25 January 2020 25 January 2020 25 January 2020 26 January 2020 26 January 2020 26 January 2020

Sunday January 19, 2020

19 January 2020 19 January 2020

Sunday January 12, 2020

12 January 2020 12 January 2020

Sunday January 5, 2020

5 January 2020

Thanks also to Thos O'Neill for his B walk in the same area.
The two groups enjoyed a New Year get-together in the River House in Cahir after the walks.

Wednesday January 1, 2020

1 January 2020

Sunday December 22, 2019

22 December 2019

Sunday December 15, 2019

15 December 2019

Sunday December 8, 2019

8 December 2019

Thanks also to Mike Moroney for his A walk in the Galtees.

Sunday December 1, 2019

1 December 2019






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