Tuesday 1 December 2015

December News Letter

After the Melleray Walk  on the 3rd, a visit to the “CATS” for refreshments and  then Santa has agreed at 1830hrs to let us visit his Grotto  at the “Melleray Winter Wonderland” for tea & cakes in the Marquee (donation req’d) Please note: This is only for Members  who have been good all year ! “Christmas Hats Essential” 
THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY for club members will be held on the 12th December in the Dungarvan Tennis & Bowls Club. Please contact a committee member if you want to buy a ticket for this fun event.Good Food, Good Entertainment, Good Company.
 ARDMORE MULLED WINE AND MINCE PIE WALK.                       C Style Walk.
The annual Ardmore Walk will be held on the 20th December at 1400 hrs meeting at the Park Hotel. This is a fund raising event for the Dungarvan Lions Club and we hope to see as many people as possible come along to make this event a great success again this year. Don't forget to bring along your Euros, a funny Christmas Hat and very warm clothes. 
Don’t Forget.              After the Sunday walks a bit of a gathering usually takes place in the Tudor House, to discuss the finer points of the day’s walking. Everyone welcome from 4pm.
Congratulations & thanks to members who completed the Long Way Round Fund Raiser for SEMRA
Friday April 22nd to Sunday 24th April 2016. Lynhams Hotel.
·  3 Star hotel in village of Laragh
·        1Km from Glendalough in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains
·        €130 per person sharing, Includes 2 Nights B & B 1 Dinner
·        Richard Dykes  086 241 1287
·        Anne Mangan   087 765 7794
Pay asap. Cheques made payable to Dungarvan Hillwalking Club

Austrian Tyrol.           Ehrald.            September 11th to 18th.          Sonnenburg Hotel.     .
·        Package Holiday provided by
·        €659 per person sharing. 7 nights. Flights Transfers. Half board.
·        €150 returnable deposit to DHWC required by 5th Jan 2016.
·        When booked with topflight deposit becomes non refundable.

·        Richard Dykes                       086 241 1287    

Friday 27 November 2015

Walk Report. 1st November

"PURE MAGIC" a Walk in the Comeragh Mountains.

The fog was down to the water’s edge in Dungarvan harbour when 6 brave hill walkers gathered, expecting a foggy walk with no visibility. We drove to the Nire Car Park and started walking the track towards the Gap in a complete blanket of fog. As we approached the Gap, the fog started to clear and we could see, higher up on Carrignagower, that it was blue sky and sunshine peeking out through the fog. We climbed through the fog and within 5 minutes we broke out into the bluest sky and sunshine. The clearest day of sunshine so far.

Off in the distance, we could see nothing but the " Shaving Foam Clouds"all the way until they were interrupted by the "Knockmealdowns"to the West, "Galteemore" further West," Silvermines" North West," Slievenamon" to the North and" Mount Leinster to the North East. (50 Kms away!!) It was like flying over the Alps in a plane except we were in the Comeraghs!! We continued onto the Boole Cairn and stopped for lunch dining in T-Shirts and sunglasses- a warm breeze gently blowing. We then continued to the top of Coumshingaun. But looking in, we saw nothing but a Coum full of fog/cloud -Shaving Foam!! From there we crossed the black bog and as we dropped into the fog, it retreated back down to the falls as the hot sun burnt off the fog. As we cleared the the black bog, the fog again crept its way back up the valley, covering the area we had just crossed "PURE MAGIC". We then dropped back down into the Scilloges, into the fog, with visibility back down to 5 meters and back to using compass, GPS and maps all the way to the Nire Car Park.!!              ONE MAGICAL DAY OF HILL WALKING.       Donal O' Mahoney

Tuesday 24 November 2015

Milk Hill "B" Walk

Sunday 22nd Milk Hill "B" Walk route

Ten walkers faced milk hill in the Monavullagh mountains on Sunday.
Just over 12Kms and a maximum height of 600m.
Great views of the Nire valley, Seefin and down towards Dungarvan.

Monday 9 November 2015

The Long Way Round

South Eastern Mountain Rescue Association 



15Km Night Walk and Run (not Chipped) 

Start and Finish at Mountain Rescue Base   Clonmel Fire Station

Registration Open from 17.00 - 18.30hrs.

For more info and Entry Pack see our Web Site

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Thursday 5 November 2015

C Walk schedule amendment

The C walk schedule on the web page is correct.

15th November.       Broe Mountain.
22nd November.      Kilmacthomas.

Earlier printed versions were reversed.
Sorry for any inconvenience.

Wednesday 4 November 2015

November News Letter

November News and walk reports

If you participate in a walk would you please consider writing a very short report for the news letter? Any items would be gratefully received.                                                                                                                      Email to

The Thursday Afternoon Walkers
Elizabeth Twohig led a group of twenty three walkers to Ballyscanlon
and Carrigavrantry Lakes near Fenor on Thursday 29rd October 2015.
The route ran over the high ground between the lakes with views west
towards Helvic and the Comeraghs, then through the woods to
Ballyscanlon, and along laneways beside Carrigavrantry to the small
megalithic tomb in the same townland, a four thousand year old burial
site of the Early Bronze Age.
Xmas Party
The planning for the Christmas Celebration 2015 is under way.
Tickets will be on sale soon at a cost of €25.
Weekend away
We are hoping to arrange a walking weekend away in the Wicklow Mountains on the 23rd / 24th April 2016.
I will be looking for people prepared to lead B & C walks. If you can help please let me know.
Walk leaders
If you feel the need to lead a walk, please don’t wait to be asked, volunteer your services to a coordinator.
Away day walks
If you have a location for a walk just out of our usual area please let us know, we have one so far and will organising it for a Saturday or Sunday in January. Feel free to lead one yourself and we will help.


Friday 16 October 2015


Xmas Celebrations

Saturday 12th December at the Tennis Club

A Date for your diary. 

 Food, Wine, Entertainment and Good Company.

More Details Later.

Wednesday 7 October 2015

Club membership

Your hillwalking club membership is now due for renewal.
Membership Fees for 2015 /2016.

Normal member from 04/11/2015.                                       €40.
Early Payment discount up to 3/11/2015.                            €30.

Family member (same address). From 04/11/2015.             €35.
Early Payment discount up to 3/11/2015.                            €25.

Member of other MI club.                                                     €15.
Forms available on line and membership secretary. 
Mary Murphy
058 41770
087 2273825
See you on the hill.                                           Happy Walking

Tuesday 6 October 2015

October News Letter

October News Letter


If you participate in a walk would you please consider writing a very short report for the news letter? Any items would be gratefully received.                                                                                                                      Email to

Walk report on Seven Sisters Walk lead by Monica Corcoran.

This was a very interesting walk lead by experienced walk leader Monica Corcoran. Despite the inclement weather a hardy group of seven club members completed the walk. Well done to everyone who braved the elements and stayed the course. After togging out in our wet gear we walked from the upper car park at Mahon Falls following a course set by our leader. Along the way we met some walkers from the Kilmacthomas club, other than that we had the mountain to ourselves. Lunch was at the Seven Sister lakes and coffee never tasted so well. Our return route took us by Ned Curran’s cottage, a beautiful spot in the Comeragh’s that never fails to invoke the imagination on life in bygone days.
Happy to say we all returned to our cars wet and weary but in good spirits after a good walk and looking forward to a hot shower and a hot toddy.

Post AGM Events
We are looking for B & C walk leaders to do night walks of no more than 3 hours duration on familiar ground in November and December.  Guidance and assistance on the night can be arranged.  Contact the new walk coordinators.

Night walk
Thursday 22nd October. Deelish Mountain. Meeting at TSB car park at 19:30. Torch essential.

Thanks for everyone’s support over the last year and let’s hope for another successful walking year ahead.


Tuesday 25 August 2015

September News Letter

September News Letter
If you participate in a walk would you please consider writing a very short report for the news letter? Any items would be gratefully received.                                                                                                                                                                   Email to
Walk report
The club walk on the 9th August, 2015 had a small turnout of 3 walkers in total. Since the weather was poor we did a four hour walk at a good pace taking in Seefin, Casey’s Road, Barnamadra Gap, and Carrigaline from the Mauma Road. We covered a distance of 16 k. approx. and the three of us were happy with a good work out at a strong pace.
George Tutty   Walk Leader.
Walk Classifications
The monthly schedule from September onwards will now include an A walk. I have asked some accomplished B walkers to up the calibre of their walks to make them a bit more challenging, so giving the opportunity for members to give them a go, indeed some of our B walks were already at an A standard so it is also a bit of a reclassification.
We shall also try and get an Easy B walk on the sheet once a month to give a greater variety of walks for members to try.
We would also like to see 4 away day walks a year, that is walking in a different mountain range / location, no further than a 2 hour drive away. These I would imagine to be on a Saturday or Thursday. Any volunteers or locations contact
Reenie Palmer is becoming the Thursday afternoon C style walk coordinator, any offers to lead walks should be directed to her on 087 122 4040. She is taking over from John Browne who has done a magnificent job for the past 5 years or more. Well done and thanks for your hard work.
The AGM is at 20:00 on 6th October at the Park hotel Dungarvan.
The agenda is available on the website and also sent by email.
If you did not receive it by email and were expecting it, please check we have your correct address by sending an email to
Light refreshments will be available.
Vacant positions

We still have some vacant posts. Any nominations for posts to

Any news or walk reports please send to Marie at

Monday 24 August 2015


Notice is hereby given of the Dungarvan Hillwalking Club AGM, which will be held on Tuesday 6th October 2015 at the Park Hotel, Dungarvan, at 8pm. All members are cordially invited to attend and new members are most welcome.
The Agenda for the AGM is as follows.
Presentation of cheque to West Waterford Hospice
1. Apologies
2. Approval of Minutes of AGM 7th October 2014.
3. Chairperson's Address
4. Secretary's Report
5. Treasurer's Report
6. Membership Secretary's Report
7. Constitutional amendment.
8. AOB. For the retiring committee, taken from the floor.
9. Elected officers stand down
10. Election of Officers
The following officers will be elected at the AGM.
Vice Chairperson
Membership Secretary
Children's Officer
Environmental Officer
Walk Coordinators, A, B and C.
Website Coordinator
11. October Walks
12. AOB. For the new committee, taken from the floor.
We hope that you will be able to attend and look forward to seeing you on the night.
Yours sincerely.
Richard Dykes

Tuesday 4 August 2015

August News Letter

August News Letter
                                    If you participate in a walk would you please consider writing a very short report for the news letter?  Anything would be gratefully received.

Comeragh Crossing
                                                The amount raised for the West Waterford Hospice is €1500, and will be presented to them at the start of the AGM on the 6th October.

                                                The weather just held out for a very pleasant evening at Maries house on the 18th July. Thanks to all who contributed in making the event such a success. Over €100 was added to the total of the Comeragh Crossing donation to the West Waterford Hospice.

Cunnigar Crossing
                                                Over 120 men, women, children and dogs crossed to the Cunnigar spit on Sunday 2nd August. With John at the helm and wind and tide in fierce competition, every one made it across safely. At the Tigh An Cheoil public house refreshments were available, and as it was the oyster festival the same weekend the local GAA ran a barbeque  and musicians were in session. The weather also good to us, although windy it did stay dry, with everyone in good spirits a magnificent  €701 was raised for the Dungarvan Lions club. Well done to all people involved in making the event such a success.

                                                The AGM is at 20:00 on 6th October at the Park hotel Dungarvan.
We will be voting on a change to the constitution of the club to allow us to hold committee meetings as and when required, at present meetings have to be two weeks prior to the club night, which can be demanding on peoples time.
Vacant positions
Secretary.           Membership Secretary.                                Chairman.           Ordinary Club Member.
Any nominations for posts to

Wednesday 8 July 2015

Comeragh Crossing Comments

A selection of emails received.

Hi Richard
Just wanted to say a big thank you to you and the Dungarven hillwalking club for organising the Comeragh challenge. It was a great event, extremely well organised, and everyone at the administration points, bus and checkpoints were very friendly and helpful.The legs weren't bending at the ankles this morning, but thankfully they are now back to normal. I met some great people along the route and intend to take part again next year.
Well done.
Kind regards
Sharon  Godfrey
Dear Dungarvan Hillwalking Club,

Wishing you all best of luck today.
Sorry I can't be with you this year - will be missing the Challenge and all the familiar Points and Faces.
Hope its a great success.

Kind Regards,
Dominic Price

I took part in the Comeragh Crossing
 on Sat.  I would like to thank you all very much for organising a great day. Everyone was so nice and friendly and all was so well organised. We didn't fit on the bus so a very nice gentleman from the club drove us to the start, I'm sorry I don't know his name.
I loved the walk and was so happy that the weather was so good I was able to appreciate the views .
The food and coffee were very welcome.  If I had known about them I could have carried a lighter rucksack!!
The food at the finish was lovely.
 I hope to get back next year.  Thank you all again and well done
Gemma Slattery
Hi there,
Just a quick thank you for all of the work involved in organising Saturday’s Comeragh Crossing. “Enjoyed” mightn’t be the right word but very glad I did it and it was really well set up. It was my first time doing the Crossing but hopefully won’t be the last. Thanks,

Brian Nolan,

Can you please pass on my thanks to all in the Dungarvan Hillwalking Club for a brilliantly organised Comeragh Crossing. And again thank you for all your help leading up to the walk See you all next year
Mick Penston

Hi Richard,
A thousand apologies. I was so busy in work etc I never saw this reply til now.
I am just waiting for the train after my weekly visits to dad.
I was extremely impressed with the entire event and if you could hear all the glowing comments from fellow walkers your ears would be burning and you would be glowing.
Everyone I talked to bar none had wonderful praise for the organisation of the entire weekend.
Congratulations take a bow. (And a well deserved rest.)
Ps I am unfamiliar with the challenge etc. whilst I know I should be better with the compass I like the socialibilitity of the walks and perhaps was better off doing as I did.
Take care

July News Letter


A big thank you to all the club members and non members, who contributed to the Annual Comeragh Crossing, making it a great success and the biggest so far.
260 walkers took to the hills and all but a handful completed their walks. The weather was kind to us and the new finish venue seemed to go down well. 
 Supporting the Dungarvan Lions Club the Annual Cunnigar Crossing will take place on Sunday August 2nd. The meeting place is the TSB car park and we will depart from there at 1:30pm prompt. After the walk, we will repair to Tig An Cheoil Pub for refreshments and a collection for the Dungarvan Lions Club. Remember to bring a change of foot wear as it can get very mucky.

18th July From 18:00.               Marie’s Garden.           Tickets from Committee.           €5 

The Annual Holiday Abroad on September 12-19th is to Tenerife. This was the destination of the first club holiday abroad. As it's the 20th Anniversary of the Club, a return visit was decided. To find out more about the holiday and the walks planned, contact Tony Fitzgerald. 


The AGM is set for the 6th October at the Park Hotel. Some vacancies on the committee will become available so we thought we would start early to try and fill them. Please volunteer early to avoid disappointment, or consider any post if approached. The jobs are not as daunting as they may seem. Thanks.


Wednesday 24 June 2015


Comeragh Crossing 4th July 2015

  • Signing in at Bridgie Terries bar and restaurant.
  • The Pike, Killineen, 5 Kms East of Dungarvan.
  • Map Reference.  X 301 / 970.
      • Challenge bus leaves at 07:00
      • Crossing bus leaves at   07:30
      • Nire bus leaves a           10:00
      • Kilbrien bus leaves at    13:00
      • Allow time to sign in.
      • €25 entry.
      • €20 Kilbrien entry.
      • Register on the day.

Monday 1 June 2015

June News Letter


The Annual Comeragh Crossing will take place on the 4th July. We are now looking for volunteers to help on the day. Please contact one of the committee if you want to help to make this event the success it has always been. It is a fund raising event for the West Waterford Hospice and we are looking for check point Marshals and Stewards.


Supporting the Dungarvan Lions Club the Annual Cunnigar Crossing will take place on August 2nd. The departure date will be announced nearer the date as it depends on the tides. After the walk, we will repair to Tig An Cheoil Pub for refreshments and collection for the Lions Club. Remember to bring a change of foot wear as it can get very mucky.

12th June at the Cunnigar. We will meet on the course at 19.00. Cost 5 Euro.

18th July 18:00.            Maries Garden.           Tickets from Committee


The Annual Holiday Abroad on September 12-19th is to Tenerife. This was the destination of the first club holiday abroad. As it's the 20th Anniversary of the Club, a return visit was decided. To find out more about the holiday and the walks planned, contact Tony Fitzgerald.
On Sun 31st May seven B walkers including 1 guest all the way from France headed for the Comeraghs and completed a circuit of Seefin from Mauma Rd finishing via Farbrega. Some described it as four seasons all in one, with hailstones and wind but mostly nice sunshine throughout. As this was his first time leading, our leader noticed after some time that he was being marked out of ten. 2 points were deducted for the Hailstones but later recovered for the Sunny Spot where we had lunch. (Isn’t that right Ger ? ). An enjoyable walk with some nice climbs and the distance covered was just over 15 Km.

C Walk Report: Clonmel to Carrick, Sunday May 31st. Leader, Ronagh Baumann
A troop of 14 C walkers sample the newly opened towpath that runs along the river Suir from Clonmel to Carrick on Suir. A bus brought the walkers from Carrick to Clonmel and after sheltering from a short squall, they set off on the 18km route.
The walkers escaped the worst of the showers and most of the walk took place in brilliant sunshine, but the grass was high at times and they had to beat it back with their sticks. The walk took five hours in total, but the walkers broke for an excellent lunch in Kilsheelan provided by James O'Donnell and his team of beautiful assistants. Many thanks to James for his generosity and hospitality.


Signing In Desk Receptionist. Early start. No pay. Sit down job. Free dinner. Act fast to secure this sought after position.

Chip Depot Marshals. Healthy outdoor job meeting interesting people, Bring your own flask. Dinner included.

Catering Executive. Long Hours. Hard Work. Free snacks and tea all day. Free dinner if still hungry.

Various Other Vacancies Available. Apply within.

WANTED.        4 Pallets.                     8 Stakes.                      100metres of 5mm shock cord

Wednesday 27 May 2015

Monday 25 May 2015




Dungarvan Hillwalking Club is delighted to host this annual event, with four different levels of walking, as follows:
Comeragh Crossing, Comeragh Challenge, Nire Valley Walk and Kilbrien Walk All starting and finishing at Bridgie Terries Bar and Restaurant, Killineen, 5km east of Dungarvan. Map reference X 301/970 All four walks take participants to the top of Cruachán with its beautiful views of Dungarvan and the bay. The area of the walks is on O.S. sheets 75 and 82.
By participating, you are making a contribution to the West Waterford Hospice.
Walking boots are mandatory for all walks.
WALK 1. The Comeragh Crossing. Clonmel suburbs to Bridgie Terries.
Bus leaves at 07.30 hrs.
This walk is 35km and takes 8-10 hrs to complete via Long Hill, Punch Bowl and Knockanaffrin slopes to the Nire Valley, then Coumfea, Seefin, Treenearla Commons, Mauma Rd. and Cruachán, mainly on mountain terrain with 1,250m ascent  (approx.). Club marshals and sweepers will be on the route.
WALK 2. The Comeragh Challenge. Clonmel suburbs to Bridgie Terries:            Bus leaves at 07.00 hrs.
This self-navigated walk is further (45Km), has an ascent of 2,000m (approx.) and is aimed at the very experienced and fit walker with navigation skills. It takes walkers via Lachtnafrankee and Knockanaffrin Ridge to The Nire Valley; then via The Gap, Carrignagour, Boola Cairn to Coumfea, Seefin, Farbreaga and Cruachán.

WALK 3. The Nire Valley Walk. Nire valley car park to Bridgie Terries.
Bus leaves at 10.00 hrs.
This walk is 22Km’s and has 900m ascent (approx.) and takes 5-6 hours to complete. Club marshals and sweepers will be on the route.
WALK 4: The Kilbrien Walk. Kilbrien to Bridgie Terries.
Bus leaves at 13:00hrs

This walk is 10km and has 350m ascent (approx.) and takes 3 hours to complete.
Club marshals and sweepers will be on the route.
Registration from 06:30hrs at Bridgie Terries. Entry Fee is €25 for Walks 1, 2 and 3, and €20 for walk 4 Please allow 30mins to register before bus departure. This covers bus transport, refreshments at The Nire Valley and Mauma Road, a hot plate on completion and a contribution to West Waterford Hospice.
Richard Dykes.

This walking event is the first to go green.      Leaving no trace.      Taking your litter Home.
Reducing CO2 emissions. Reusing signs. Recycling waste.

Monday 11 May 2015

Summer BBQ

18th July @ 18:00

Bring your own food and drink to enjoy a summer BBQ in Marie's garden, Abbeyside.
Tickets are limited and cost €5.
Contact a committee member to get your name on the list.

Thursday 7 May 2015

Pitch & Putt Evening

Cunnigar Pitch & Putt Night

Come and enjoy a round whatever your experience.

Friday 12th June at 19:00.

€5 for club & ball hire.

See you on the Tee.

Cunnigar Pitch and Putt Club

Wednesday 6 May 2015

May News Letter

May News Letter

April proved to be a very busy time in the Club with walks taking place in many different areas. On Saturday 11th during the Dungarvan Food Festival, Peter led a large group on a walk in the Knockmealdown Mountains. The regular Sunday B & C Walks on the 12th and 19th went to the various popular spots of the Comeraghs, Mount Mellary and, Mount Stewart.
The Thursday B& C Style walks also went ahead and as always enjoyed a hot cuppa and a cake at the end.
The main event of the month was the Club's annual April Weekend away. This year, the beautiful Kerry town of Killarney was the chosen venue and by all accounts was a huge success.

Darkness into light walk.
 On the 9th May a walk for Pieta House will take place, starting at 04.15 from thSt. Augustines Secondary School. If anyone would like to be a steward on the day, please contact Ted. 
Kiltipper Ramblers 
A Dublin walking group are staying in Rathgormack on the weekend of 23rd / 24th May and contacted us for some joint walks and local knowledge.Details on walk sheet. Please try and join us.
Comeragh Crossing. 
The Annual Comeragh Crossing will take place on the 4th July. Any club members who would like to help on the day, please contact one of the committee. We can all do our bit to make this event the success it has always been. We are looking for check point marshals and stewards.
Cunnigar Crossing. 
Supporting the Dungarvan Lions Club the Annual Cunnigar Crossing will take place on August 2nd. The departure time will be announced nearer the date as it all depends on those tides!!. After the walk, we will repair to Tig an Ceoil Pub for refreshments and collection for the Lions Club. Remember to bring along a change of foot wear as it can get very mucky. 
Tenerife Holiday 
The Annual Holiday Abroad in September this year is to Tenerife. This was the destination of the very first club holiday abroad. As it's the 20th Anniversary of the Club, it was decided to pay a return visit. Some great walking is planned so get your name down, get in touch with a committee member for more details.

Dungarvan Hill Walking Club really is about FITNESS, FRIENDSHIP and most of all FUN. So why not read more about us on for more info.
If you attend any walk and have the time, please write a report for the news letter and send it to                            
Marie Jennings. Club PRO.


Monday 6 April 2015

April News Letter



The Club made its annual trek up to the fabled Sliabh na mBan on Saint Patricks Day. 26 walkers reached the top of the mountain and sang " Sliabh na mBan as hailstones fell on them. When the hailstones stopped a group photo was taken. Then they made their way down and headed for Kilcash Castle where they gorged on chicken drumsticks, sausages and delicious cakes and buns. All washed down with hot coffee and tea. After the picnic they retired to the local pub for further refreshments.


The venue for the annual September getaway has changed and we are now going to Tenerife. You can get information about the holiday from Tony Fitzgerald (087 2588171) or from the web site.

Cunnigar Crossing.( All Welcome)

The walk will be held on Sunday August 2nd. The departure time from Dungarvan will be published nearer the date as it all depends on the tides. Don't forget to wear old walking shoes and a change of clothes. It can get muddy.


A very warm welcome to the staff and students of MERCYHURST COLLEGE, ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA, some of whom joined us on a recent walk. Dungarvan is twinned with the town of Erie and each year students and staff from the faculty come here to study and take in the sights. Lets hope they enjoy their stay with us and will come along on more walks.


TIME; 11am -3pm. Meeting Point: Opposite the Park Hotel. Dungarvan,
Travel with your own transport from the meeting point to the Vee. (approx 30 minutes) and then enjoy being guided by Dungarvan Hill Walking Club on a scenic route, overlooking 4 counties. ROUTE. Circa 7 kilometers. Approx 4 hours. Boots and wet weather clothing essential. Feel free to bring a packed snack and water. Each walker under 18years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Not suitable for under 14 years.


Meeting Point for the B & C walks will be opposite the Park Hotel as the TSB Car Park will be very busy due to the Food Festival.

Dungarvan Hill Walking Club promises fitness, friendship and FUN. Visit for more information.