Please read our info and guidelines page guidelines and the grading system below before you join us for a climb.
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Explanation of terms
Cumulative ascent = add all the uphill pieces together
Height exposure = walking in places with sheer drops.
Scrambling = places where you will need to use your hands to climb, it’s somewhere between hiking and rock climbing and usually involves height exposure.
Ridges = walking or scrambling/climbing in narrow places with sheer drops each side.
Easy Walks over hills and moorland ascending to a maximum of 500m, Relatively short distances at a gentle pace, usually 3 - 4 hours, a moderate level of fitness is required. Example - Torc
Easy club walk on Seefin
Moderate Cumulative ascent of 700m or more, 10 to 15 km long on uphill ground with little height exposure. Moderate pace. A fairly good level of fitness is required. Example - Purple Mountain
Hard Cumulative ascent of 1000 m or more. 10 to 15 km long on steep ground. Faster pace with some height exposure and the possibility of scrambling. A good level of fitness is required and it’s not suitable for novices. Example- Carrauntoohil via The Devils Ladder
Very Hard Cumulative ascent of 1000m or more, 10 to 20 km long on very steep ground, fast pace and usually height exposure and scrambling. A high level of fitness is required and it’s not suitable for novices. Example -The Reeks Walk.
Very hard club walk, crossing a ridge in the MacGillycuddy Reeks
Meet: Meeting place for all walks is the Eir car park Killorglin at 9am Sunday morning
A Route Description will be provided just before the walk.
Please check the info on walk grades, gear etc, on this website before joining us for a walk, if you do not come properly equipped you will not be able to go on the walk. If you have any questions contact the club secretary on our contact page
A Summers Day on the Reeks