Cnoc na dTobar, Co. Kerry – Guide led Climb
Want to enjoy an unforgettable experience at Easter, while celebrating Pilgrim Paths week? Then you can savour some unforgettable walking on the Cnoc na dTobar pilgrim mountain, Co Kerry. On Good Friday, April 14, local guide, Johnny Keating, who was the first Kerryman to complete the Irish Pilgrim Paths, is leading a walk up Cnoc na dTobar to celebrate Pilgrim Paths Week. The return walk is among the 5 required for those wishing to complete the new, Irish Pilgrim Journey Passport, so this is an opportunity not to be missed.
Meet: The Old Barracks, Cahersiveen at 10,30am.
Walk distance: 9km
Walk duration: 3.5hours (approx)
Requirements: Sturdy footwear, warm clothing, packed lunch, water and raingear.
Contribution: €5 includes refreshments after climb.
Further information: 066 4010430 or 087 7942123.
Brigid`s Way Pilgrimage, Slane to Tara, Co Meath
Follow Brigid`s Way Celtic Pilgrimage route from Slane, crossing the River Boyne, continuing along stunning country roads, through Realtóg and Skreen to the iconic Hill of Tara. This will not only be a beautiful walk but also a sacred journey undertaken with intention and ceremony. Elemental blessings of fire and water will be offered along the route. Walking in pilgrimage, listening attentively to the deep quiet voice within, reconnects us with our own deep spiritual essence, which knows itself as a part of the unbroken web of life.
Meeting Point: Outside the Conyngham Arms Hotel in Slane Village at 10.15am
Contribution: 16 euros
Enquires to : email@example.com
Time: 5 to 6 hours
Requirements: Packed lunch and a water bottle. A stop will be made along the way to picnic. Minimum level of walking fitness rerquired.
Booking at: https://www.paypal.me/brigidsway. Confirm your place by purchasing a ticket in advance and presenting your receipt on the day..
For your Diary: Brigid`s Way 9 day Celtic Pilgrimage 2017 will take from 15th July 2017