Mid Tipp Hillwalkers AGM was held by Zoom on the 2 Nov 2020. Covid 19 has made it a difficult year for planning walks and organising events and trips for the club but hopefully when level 5 restrictions are eased we will be able to go back walking again on the hills. Membership fees are…

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Sunday 18 Oct 2020. Dan Condren had 11 walkers out on the A walk, beginning from Cloghera bridge. They took in Farbreaga, Monavane and Lachtshanaquilla, returning over Sturakeen. Conditions were very good all day, breezy on top, but with good views all round. The walk was 12.5 km long with total ascent of over 700m.…

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15 Oct 2020 Based on Mountaineering Ireland’s interpretation of current government advice under the sports training section of the Framework for Living with Covid-19 for both Level 3 and Level 4 their advice still stands; that hillwalking and climbing can continue within your own county only, once group sizes are kept small, ideally less than…

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Sunday 11 Oct 2020. Denise Laffan led the A walk with a group of 13. The day was splendid with beautiful warm sunshine. They headed up Cush westwards and then from there onto Galtybeg where lunch was relished by all. From there, descended down with lovely ground underfoot over to the river by the forestry…

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Sunday 4 Oct 2020 Ollie Walsh led A walk. Parked car at lady Gregory pub Kilmoyler. Started 13k A walk on part of Tipperary heritage way then ascended to open ground and skirted all around Tullanebane on track to it’s westerly side then ascended to trig stone on it’s summit, then a return route to…

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Sunday 18 Oct 2020. Dan Condren had 11 walkers out on the A walk, beginning from Cloghera bridge. They took in Farbreaga, Monavane and Lachtshanaquilla, returning over Sturakeen. Conditions were very good all day, breezy on top, but with good views all round. The walk was 12.5 km long with total ascent of over 700m.…

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Sunday 27 Sept 2020 – National Walking Day. Report from Eoin Wolahan “There were eight walkers on the A walk. Starting from a farmer’s yard (with permission) they headed on a low gorse route terraine which brought them to the top of Knockeenatoung. The weather was perfect for walking- good sunshine with a slight breeze.…

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Dear Friends and Supporters Sat Sept 19th 2020 In light of the current situation in which we find ourselves regarding the spread of the Covid 19 virus we feel we have no option but to cancel the above weekend. This action is essential to protect ourselves, our families, our friends, our neighbours, and the wider…

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Willie Fahey led the A walk. The group of 9 visited the west Galtees on a beautiful day for walking. They ascended Carrignabinnia and then on to Lyracappul. They descended Lyracappul to take lunch at the mouth of the Assaroola Glen. They returned via the Lyravey Glen. Eileen Ryan led B walk. The group of…

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Ger Fewer led the A walk. The group of 11 began their walk at the waterworks in East Galtees. They walked around the base of Knockastakeen, along the river and after crossing it the group headed up Farbreaga against a strong headwind. The wind continued as they headed to Greenane and on towards O’Loughlins’s castle,…

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