Find Your Nearest Club
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Nearest Club > Dublin
ACARA Trekking Club
American Womens Club Hillwalkers
A Hillwalking Club offered to members and friends of the AWCD - American Womens Club of Dublin.
Awesome Walls Staff Club
Bank of Ireland Hill Walking Club
Hill Walking Club open to Bank of Ireland employees, Bank of Ireland Pensioners and their partners
Bogtrotters Hillwalking Club
Bootleggers Hillwalking Club
CIE Hill Walkers
Clondalkin Hillwalking Club
Phone: 087 7671496
Dublin/Wicklow based Hillwalking and Climbing Club open for new members over 18.
Colaiste Pobail Setanta
Deborah O'Neill Sinnott
Phone: 01 6402403
Secondary School in Dublin 15. Catering for students between ages 12-18.
Offering Outdoor pursuits and Gaisce.
Dal Riada Climbing Club
DCU Rock Climbing Club
The DCU Rock Climbing Club was founded in October 1992 by Applied Physics and Electronic Engineering postgrads. From small beginnings, it didn't take long for the club to take off and the Climbing wall was opened for use early in 1993.
The Club took immediate advantage of its new training facility, and in October 1993, DCU hosted the inaugural round of the Irish Bouldering League, an indoor climbing competition, which continues annually to this day in climbing walls around the country during the winter period. This went a long way to promoting the name of DCU climbers among the national climbing community, as we have always been strongly represented in these competitions.
Since its foundation, way back in 1992, the club has been steadily building and maintaining a quality gear pool, ensuring that no matter what its members are attempting, they can attempt it safely. This, in conjunction with the clubs excellent policy on constant training and updating first-aid certificates, goes far in allowing all club members to climb in a safe and helpful environment.
The club has and will always put its emphasis on outdoor climbing with trips to Wales, the Burren and Glendalough. regular outings to Dalkey Quarry in County Dublin also take place. Over the past ten years however the Club has seen its members travel to, and climb in places such as Scotland, Spain, Fontainebleau, Ceuse, all over the Alps, and even take part in expeditions to some of the greater ranges in Peru and Nepal.
Defence Force Association of Mountaineers
DIT Mountaineering Club
Dublin Cliffhangers Climbing Club
Phone: 087 2237586
Dublin University Climbing Club (Trinity College)
Trinity College the University of Dublin's Climbing Club
Walking Club for ESB current and retired staff and their families.
Garda Mountaineering Club
The Garda Mountaineering club was founded in 2007. Most members of the club live and work in the Leinster area and club activities are mainly concentrated in the Wicklow mountains. The club provides for a sociabe and healthy outlet for people who enjoy hillwalking and other mountaineering activities.
Hardy Hill Hikers
A GREAT GROUP OF FRIENDS WHO TRAVERSE THE DUBLIN AND WICKLOW MOUNTAINS,THEY LIKE TO WALK, EAT DRINK AND BE MERRY!
Irish Bushcraft Club
Irish Christian Hillwalking Club
Irish Mountaineering Club
Irish Ramblers Club
Our effort is too seek out like minded individuals and groups to explore and educate ourselves about the mountains of Ireland through fun healthy hiking.
"We hope to see you soon"
Marley Hillwalking Club
Mountain Meitheal Ireland
Mountain Meitheal is a volunteer group who undertake projects to protect and conserve mountain and forest areas in Ireland. We aim to counteract the pressures which are evident on our fragile landscape by building and maintaining trails which are sympathetic to the surrounding countryside. We promote sustainable recreation by encouraging personal responsibility and awareness.
Anna Ni Mhonachain
Bunaíodh Na Cnocadóirí in 2003 chun gníomhaíochtaí cnocadóireachta trí Ghaeilge a chur chun cinn.
Is í an Ghaeilge teanga labhartha an Chlub. Fáiltímid roimh chomhaltaí nua a bhíonn toilteanach Gaeilge a labhairt
Oldtown Road Trailbreakers
Website: facebook@oldtownroad trailbreakers
Out and About
Dublin-based hiking group for the gay and lesbian community and their friends.
Rainbow Hillwalking Club
Phone: 086 892 9632
Hill walking club
Siul Walking Club
Siúl Walking Club is open to employees and former employees of the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government,their spouses/partners and colleagues.
We walk every fortnight on Saturdays throughout the year mostly in Wicklow, The Mournes and The Cooley Mountains. We also have weekends away to walk in other parts of the country and also have walking holidays abroad.
Phone: 087 6175421
Siúltóirí Buadáin is a walking group within Ballyboden St Endas GAA Club, Firhouse Rd. All our walkers are members of BBSE GAA Club.
Sleibh Mor Outdoor Sports Club
St. Kevins College
The Trekkers Mountaineering Club
Trinity College Hiking Society
UCD Mountaineering Club
Winders Climbing Club
Youth Climbing Club for 9 to 18 year olds who have climbing experience and want to compete in climbing competitions