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Tipp Top Challenge Series

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Clogheen

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Tipp Top Challenge is back!

Join us for a Tipp Top 2018 challenge - this time with 5 mountain tops to reach!
Bring a friend, meet your neighbours and see beautiful trails at your doorstep.


1. Devil’s Bit - Saturday, July 14th

The Devil’s Bit is 478m above sea level. The mountain is full of history and legend. According to local legend the mountain got its name when the devil took a bite out of it and spat the Rock of Cashel from his mouth to where it now stands.

We will start our walk at Barnane car park after registration/sign in at Inch Community Hall between 9.30am-10am.

Refreshments will be provided in hall after walk.


2. Keeper Hill - Saturday, July 21st

Keeper Hill stands at 694m in the Silvermine Mountains. It is the highest mountain in the wider Shannon area.

We will start our walk at Doonane car park after registration/sign in at Rearcross Community Hall between 9.30am-10am.

Refreshments will be provided in hall after walk.


3. Slievenamon - Sunday, July 29th

Slievenamon stands at 721m (2,365ft). At the top are dramatic views of Tipperary, Kilkenny and Waterford.

We will be starting our walk from the village of Kilcash after registration/sign in Kilcash Hall between 9.30am -10am.

Refreshments will be provided in hall after walk.


4. Knockmealdown - Saturday, August 4th

Knockmealdown 794m (2,605ft) is the highest peak of the Knockmealdown Range of mountains, located on the border of Tipperary and Waterford. The peak itself is in Co.Waterford and is the highest point in that county.

We will start our walk at the car park overlooking Bay Lough on the Vee Gap after registration/sign in from Clogheen Community Hall between 9.30am -10am.

Refreshments will be provided in hall after walk.


5. Galtymore - Saturday, August 11th

Galtymore 919m (3,015ft) is on the border between Tipperary and Limerick. It is the highest point in both counties. It is the tallest inland mountain in Ireland.

We will start our walk from the "Black Road" after registration/sign in from Burncourt Community Hall between 9.30am -10am.

Refreshments will be provided in hall after walk.


Please Note

Registration/Sign in required by all participants prior to commences walks.

Venues for registration/sign in:

- Devil's Bit
Saturday, July 14th
Inch Community Hall
9.30am -10am

- Keeper Hil
Saturday, July 21st
Rearcross Community Hall
9.30am -10am

- Slievenamon
Sunday, July 29th,
Kilcash Hall
9.30am -10am

- Knockmealdown
Saturday, August 4th
Clogheen Hall
9.30am - 10am

- Galtymore
Saturday, August 11th
Burncourt Hall
9.30am - 10am

Sign Out required by all participants on return.

Refreshments in each hall after walk.

By registering for this event you are accepting the following terms:

Fitness: You need to be at least of moderate fitness and not know of any reason why you should not participate in this physical activity.

Weather conditions: In the event of adverse weather conditions a decision on safety grounds may be made by the Walk Director to curtail the walk or use an alternative route.


FAQ

Can I register on the day?

Limited no. of places will be available on the day. Registration on the day is €30 per walk

Will the walks be guided?

Yes, all walks will be guided with little breaks along the way to keep everyone together.

What should I bring?

You should bring appropiate clothing and footwear. The weather can change quickly. Hiking boots essential. Hiking sticks can be a good aid going up and down. Fully charged mobile phone essential. Water is also advisable.

Is there a lower age limit?

Every U16 must be accompanied by one adult.


Contact

https://www.facebook.com/siuleile/

Liam 087 226 8651

info@siuleile.com



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