Guided Hill walks in Ireland
Guided Hill Walks and Hikes in Ireland with Climb It
Guided hill walks.
So you’re interested in going hill walking in Ireland?
Do you have a mountain in mind that you would like to climb? Then let me guide you safely to the top and back again, at a pace that suits you.
Is Hill walking in Ireland for you?
Perhaps you have never climbed a mountain before and are wondering how to start? or if you have the required fitness? Well in Ireland there is a trek, hill walk or big mountain adventure for every level of fitness and experience.
With my guidance, your hill walking goals can be achieved.
Suggested hill walks in Ireland
Choose from the list below or contact me directly if you have a mountain in mind and would like guiding on something a little more wild.
Carrauntoohil, Co Kerry
Justfiably popular, climbing Carrauntoohil is an amazing outdoor experience! Standing at 1039m, Ireland’s highest mountain has it all to offer. Stunning views, dramatic landscape and a thrilling outdoor experience. While there are many ways to experience climbing Carrauntoohil, contact me directly to organize the way best suited to you.
Mount Brandon, Co Kerry
The highest peak in Ireland outside of the MacGuillycuddy Reeks and steeped in culture and heritage. Learn all about its history while enjoying enthralling views over Dingle, the Wild Atlantic Way and beyond.
Lugnaquilla, Co Wicklow
The highest peak of the Wicklow mountain’s, which allows for a stunning vista on clear days. Very attainable for novice walkers and always a great day out.
Mweelrea, Co Mayo
Overlooking Killary harbour, Connemaras highest mountain never fails to impress me. A demanding day out and can be a navigational challenge in poor weather.
Duration: varies, usually allow 5-6 hours
Cost: €150 euro. No minimum, however additional costs may apply for groups larger than 6.
Location: Near Killarney, Co Kerry. For directions from Killarney click here
Pre-requisites: None required
Ratio: Solo walkers or large groups can be catered for, please ring for details
Climbing Carrauntoohil – Irelands Highest Mountain