Entries by terry

Hilltoptreks walking weekend in Sligo – Yeat’s County.

Written by Louise Doherty One of the great benefits of being a member of  Hilltoptreks walking club, are the numerous organized hiking weekends away, both in Ireland and abroad. One weekend that stands out for me, was our trip to Sligo for the 2019 June bank holiday weekend. On a sunny bank holiday Saturday, we […]

Scarr, Scarr Away in County Wicklow.

Written by John Kelleher. I started walking with HilltopTreks over ten years ago, and over the years have enjoyed many walks both here in Ireland and in recent years in Europe. While Wicklow is usually where we conduct most of our walks, we have over the years spent pleasant week-ends away walking in the Comeraghs, […]

Walking holiday in Ireland

Top from left to right – Noel (guide) Uta, Carol, Robin, Susan, Merridy, Maureen, Liz, Brenda O, Bert, Janice, Roland and Bob: Front – Terry (Guide), Marnie, Joan, Shirley, Jane, Brenda M, Paula, Terry and Celia. Today we started a walking holiday in Ireland with a group from the outdoor walking Club from Victoria, Canada. […]

Walking – The Beara Way – Ireland

The Beara Way Ireland sits at the south west of Ireland and juts out into the Atlantic Ocean. It sits in both the counties of Cork and Kerry and is approx 48miles of hiking trail from Glengariff to Dursey sounds. It is probably one of the most remote of the peninsulas that sit in this […]

Hill Walking in Ireland ¦ Hiking in Ireland – Hilltoptreks

Now, I know, I may be biased but I think Ireland is a great place to take a walk or a hike. For such a small island, it offers a huge variety of landscapes to explore. With coastal routes to mountain climbs and child-friendly trails. Nowhere is too far from the start point of a […]