Discover a range of hikes and courses to suit every ability level

Choose guided hikes Ireland, including the popular Wicklow Hills in Dublin and Irish day walks beyond Wicklow, or a weekend walking break in Ireland or Snowdonia, Wales. Explore our range of courses and hone your navigation skills, or take the official Mountain Skills courses. Our Special Interest Courses can introduce you to hillwalking, take you on a scrambling discovery weekend or support your expedition goals. If you can’t find what you’re looking for or need an event on a specific date then consider Private Guiding, everything tailored to your needs. #JoinTheAdventure

 

Climb Lugnaquilla mountain

Climb Lugnaquilla mountain Glenmalure, Fraughan Rock Glen and Art’s Lough - day hike (Hard) We climb Lugnaquilla mountain via Fraughan Rock Glen, which offers a more gradual and scenic route
17km (10.5 miles)
Hard

Mountain Skills 1 Course – MS1

Mountain Skills 1 Official MS1 course (Moderate) To participate in Mountain Skills course 1 you should have a reasonable level of fitness with some previous hillwalking experience. Our instructors are
Mountain Skills
Beginner

Slieve Donard and the Mourne Mountains

Mourne Mountains - guided day hike Slieve Donard And The Hare’s Gap - day hike (Strenuous) The highest mountain in Northern Ireland, and if that's not enough, the second highest
17km (10.5 miles)
Strenuous

Mweelrea Mountain guided hike

Mweelrea guided hike (Hard/Strenuous) Mweelrea mountain, at 814 metres, is the highest mountain in Connacht and one of the iconic '4 Peaks'. In good weather the summit offers some of
14km (8.5 miles)
Hard/Strenuous

Introduction to navigation course

Introduction to navigation Beginners 1 day mountain navigation course The course is held on the tracks and hills around the village of Laragh, in the Wicklow mountains. You should then
Navigation
Beginner

Slieve Foye and Carlingford Mountain

Slieve Foye and Carlingford mountain - day hike (Hard) This hike, beginning in a quaint seaside village, takes in the highest peak in County Louth, Slieve Foye, and offers spectacular views
17km (10.5 miles)
Hard

The Spinc, Derrybawn and Glendalough

The Spinc, Glendalough, Derrybawn Ridge - guided day hike The Spinc and Monastic Settlement - day hike (Moderate) Starting at the Glendalough visitor centre, this hike climbs onto the Derrybawn
14km (8.5 miles)
Moderate

Scarr Mountain

Scarr Mountain - guided day hike (moderate) Following part of the Wicklow Way along a narrow lane, the route soon begins the ascent of the handsomely shaped Scarr mountain. After
11km (6.8 miles)
Moderate

Galtymore and the Cushnabinnia Horseshoe – guided day hike

Galtymore The Cushnabinnia Horseshoe - day hike (Hard/Strenuous) The superb mountain range known as the Galty's has at its heart the imposing peak of Galtymore, one of the thirteen 3,000 ft
13km (8 miles)
Hard/Strenuous

Derrybawn Ridge to Corrig – The southern Glendalough skyline

Derrybawn Ridge, Mullacor, Lugduff and Corrig The wilder side of Glendalough - day walk (Hard) Derrybawn ridge to Corrig. Beginning in Glendalough (valley of the two lakes), we head up onto
17km (10.5 miles)
Hard