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Trekking NI Christmas Raffle!!!

As Christmas draws near, Trekking NI brings you here, To enter our prize draw, For winnings of awe, So get yourself a ticket, You wont want to miss it!! Trekking NI have launched their first ever Club Christmas Raffle!!! Fantastic prizes are on offer so enter our raffle for your chance to win!!! Click the…

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Mount Errigal (13th November 2021)

Mount Errigal awaited Trekking NI on a misty November morning standing majestically before us wearing a crown of clouds. Errigal challenged us with extensive swampland softened by the touch of the morning dew. Some elegantly navigated around the swamp whilst others embraced the mud. We emerged from the wetland and were greeted with a colourful…

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Mountaineering Session (25th September 2021)

Trekking NI participated in an informal induction into the craft of mountaineering with representative body Mountaineering Ireland. Eight of our club members took part in this exercise with the aim to increase competencies in mountaineering skills. This practical session was conducted by Ronnie who invited participants to outline what they desired to attain from the…

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LECALE WAY (30th October 2021)

On Halloween Eve, Trekking NI toured the Lecale Way on what was a magnificent autumn morning. The Lecale landscape basked in glorious sunshine presenting the most delightful scenes. We met up in a tranquil Ardglass town and walked the countryside roads to Killough coastline heading towards St. Johns Point. We sat at the coastal rocks…

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THE SPERRINS (16th October 2021)

A spirited Trekking NI travelled to Co Tyrone to explore The Sperrins Mountains. The Sperrins were shy in revealing themselves taking cover in a thick mist which descended low into the valleys. Undeterred, we ventured into the mysterious fog and we too became secluded from the outside world. We reached the summit of Dart then…

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RING OF GULLION (4th September 2021)

Trekking NI travelled to the historic Ring of Gullion in Armagh. We began in the charming Slieve Gullion Forest and ascended up Slieve Gullion. At the peak, we entered the famed passage tomb before heading to the mysterious Calliagh Berra’s Lake where the A and B groups met for lunch. Following lunch both groups parted…

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Causeway Coast (24th July 2021)

Trekking NI travelled to the Causeway Coast on 24.07.2021 with a social hike that saw all three groups (A, B & C) journey together along the the beautiful coastline just North of Ballycastle. We relaxed at Fair Head Cliffs then travelled to the reclusive Murlough Beach before ending with a spontaneous swim at Ballycastle Beach.

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