Get 20% off for a walk to Carrauntoohil when your group is 4+
There are three categories of walks according to their grades of difficulty, suitable for different fitness levels and abilities,
all of them are aimed at forming quality and environmental friendly groups.
The weather on the day, the time of year, ground conditions, terrain, distance, total ascent, pace, total time for the walk, your level of fitness, how you feel that day and the group’s ability, will determine the real grade of the walk. All walks can be adapted to take account of these factors.
The following walks listed below and many more are available for any day of the week
Pic: Knocknadobar Mountain, Iveragh Peninsula, Co Kerry
Guided walk for people without or little hillwalking experience. Price from €20 pp.
A weekend two day hiking trip, price from €40 pp.
Pic: The Gap of Dunloe, Co Kerry
For people with some hillwalking experience. Price from €30 pp.
A weekend two day hiking trip, price from €50 pp.
Pic: Killarney National Park
For people who are into hillwalking, with an appropriate level of fitness and ability to do scrambling. Price from €40 pp. For groups with less than 4 people €50
A weekend two day hiking trip, price from €70 pp.
Ascents to Carrauntoohil any day of the week. Prices starting from €40 per person. €50 per person for groups with less than 4 people.
With an experienced guide, fully insured (Public Liability Insurance) and able to navigate safely under any weather conditions.
Cesar Lopez observes, approaches and explores the mountains from every angle, he would advise about the most suitable route.
He's a member of Mountaineering Ireland and Bishopstown Hillwalking Club (BHC). Currently training for Mountain Leader Qualification.
During the last 5 years, has walked and extensively explored Killarney National Park (including Purple Mountain) the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks from the Gap of Dunloe to Lough Acoose, Mangerton and other Mountains of Iveragh, Beara and Dingle Peninsulas.
Cesar regularly leads walks, in a voluntary capacity for BHC and has some experience organising and coordinating walking holidays for BHC members in the Alicante Mountains, Spain (his homeland).