Slieve Bloom Walks Calendar

  • Cullahill Mountain

    • Cullahill Community Centre
    • 11:00 am
    • Grade: B
    • Leader: Susan Lawlor (Ph: 087 2574477)
    • Leader: Sonja Cadogan (Ph: 087 6951980)
    • Distance: 10k/3-4 hrs
    • Category: Slieve Bloom Walks
  • Barrow River Valley

    • Ridge of Capard Car Park
    • 11:00 am
    • Grade: A
    • Leader: Gerry Hanlon (Ph: 086 8210056)
    • Distance: 10k/4 hrs
    • Category: Slieve Bloom Walks
  • Brittas Lake and Clonaslee Woodlands

    • Clonaslee Community Centre
    • 11:00 am
    • Grade: B
    • Leader: Gerry Hanlon (Ph: 086 8210056)
    • Distance: 12k/4 hrs
    • Category: Slieve Bloom Walks
  • Heywood Gardens and Lakes

    • Heywood Gate Entrance Ballinakill
    • 2:00 pm
    • Grade: C
    • Leader: Susan Lawlor (Ph: 087 2574477)
    • Leader: Mary Tierney
    • Distance: 6k/2 hrs
    • Category: Slieve Bloom Walks
  • Cumber Hill

    • Kinnitty Community Centre
    • 11:00 am
    • Grade: A
    • Leader: John Scully (Ph: 086 2405187)
    • Distance: 10k/4 hrs
    • Category: Slieve Bloom Walks
  • Bray Head

    • Strand Car Park
    • 11:00 am
    • Grade: B
    • Leader: Susan Lawlor (Ph: 087 2574477)
    • Leader: Mary Tierney
    • Distance: 10k/3-4 hrs
    • Category: Away Walks
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Slieve Bloom Walks

  • Walks are open to members and non-members. Why not join our club and enjoy walks every Sunday throughout the year.
  • Registration takes place prior to the start of each walk. The fee is €5 per per walk (accompanied children are free) or annual membership of €20 (single) or €30 (family).
  • Dogs are not allowed.
  • Walkers participate at their own risk.
  • Strong waterproof footwear and protective outdoor clothing is advisable.
  • Grade A and B walks are for walkers who walk on a regular basis and have a reasonable level of fitness, are properly equipped and have sufficient food and drink to sustain themselves.
  • A and B walks are in remote wilderness areas of the Slieve Blooms only accessible on foot and rarely frequented by hill walkers.
  • Download 2020 Walking Programme (pdf)