Moel Eilio, Easter trip to Wales
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Welcome Bienvenue Bienvenido Willkommen Welkom
Welcome to Hillwalkers Club
website. Here you will find all the club's news and
information online including the latest programme of walks
and events organised by the club.
Hillwalkers Club was started in 1993 and is based in Dublin, Ireland. The club organises a hike each Sunday on the Wicklow and Dublin mountains for active walkers. Once a month the club organises an Introductory Hillwalker Hike which allows non members to try out a hike before joining the club.
After a day's hiking many of the hillwalkers like to socialise in The Palace Bar on Fleet Street in Dublin City and enjoy a few social drinks!
The club produces a magazine called The Hillwalker each month, which is emailed to all our members and is posted online on this website. The Website is now in its 11th year online, and includes all issues of the magazine from 1993 in the Archive section of the Menu on the left.
If after flicking through the rest of the site you have any queries our contact details can be found in the 'Contact Us' section.
See you out on the hills!
Where we meet
Due to roadworks on the quays we are temporarily meeting on Hawkins street, around the corner from Burgh Quay, Dublin - Sundays @ 10am (unless stated otherwise)
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Next Introductory Hard Hike
Mt Leinster, Co. Carlow
Leader: Frank Keoghan
Bus leaving at 10.00am will return 10.00pm
Will stop in Gorey on way back for refreshments
Special price of €15
2nd pick-up point &
return drop-off point: Bus stop before the
roundabout at Loughlinstown
Route: Scullogue Gap * Green Rd * Cloroge More * Farmyard * Turfcutter * Black Rock * Mountain Leinster * Knockroe * Scullogue Gap
Distance: 17 km
Maps: OS 68
Note: Please make sure you are properly dressed for the hike. Further information can be found in the Newcomers Information section
Magazine Archive: 1993 - 2001
We've added scanned-in versions of our magazine The Hillwalker from
1993 - 2001. You can view these here
You can see our list of hikes on your mobile phone. Enter the following address in your phone's web browser: http://m.hillwalkersclub.com
Next edition of The Hillwalker Magazine