Last Update - 14/12/14 Photo competition entries added
Vehicle Security after break-ins to vehicles parked in the Comeragh Mountains - Click for advice from the Gardaí.

Car crime in the uplands is typically opportunistic and fast, with most incidents taking place in the afternoons,
between Thursday and Sunday.
The Gardaí have appealed to people parking in the uplands to take the following measures to protect their vehicles:

  1. Avoid leaving bags, clothing etc on view within the vehicle;
  2. Open the glove box, and where possible, the lid on the boot, to show there is nothing in the vehicle;
  3. Remove portable sat navs including cradle and suction pads; also wipe any suction marks off the windscreen;
  4. If you must leave valuables in the boot, put them in before you arrive at the parking location;
  5. Secure the vehicle (23% of these thefts last year were from unlocked vehicles);
  6. Report all break-ins or damage to vehicles;
  7. Watch for, and report, suspicious any activity by dialling 999 / 112.

Photo Competition Entries

See all entries to our photo competition here, Click below to vote, Club members will also receive an email to vote for your favourites soon. Winners will be notified at the Holy & Hot Whiskey walk.

Click here to vote


Open Day.

We will be holding another Open Day in the New Year - details soon, in the meantime here are some photos from the open day in September.

Fabulous Weather and two great walks guaranteed a great day for all who turned up for the Clubs ‘Open Day’ on the 28th Sept.

Thanks to our two leaders Paddy and Declan and to all who joined us, including a large number of Brazilian students – hope to see you back on the mountains soon again

You can see some photos from the day here, and on our facebook page.

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A Walk In The Comeraghs

Watch the following video to see a recient club open day walk in the Comeraghs.

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