Bloody Bridge to the Mourne Wall

Bloody Bridge to the Mourne Wall

Sticking to our ‘minimum of one hike per month’ policy, May saw a walk from Bloody Bridge to the Mourne Wall located about halfway up Slieve...
view from Slieve Donard

Slieve Donard via Glen River

The sunny easter holidays attracted a large throng of people to the summits of the Mourne Mountains in County Down. The weather was a stark change...
Slieve Binnian the mournes

Slieve Binnian Lough

It was a wet, windy and cold day but we decided to embark on a walk up Sliabh Binnian and through to the Ben Crom reservoir. We did debate whether...
Slieve Binnian

The view from Slieve Binnian

The Mournes are a tremendous place to spend the day, the same locations can appear completely different and new depending on the time of year and the...
Slieve Croob

Slieve Croob

Slieve Croob (or Sliabh Crúb) is situated just outside the County Down town of Dromara. It is a 4Km walk (with 150m elevation gain) to the radio...
The view from the shard

A View from the Shard

On a recent visit to London we had a free night to explore the city and as the early evening sun began to set we ventured up London's tallest...
View from Slieve Croob

Dromara Snow

When it snows in Northern Ireland there is no better place to head than the stunning Dromara hills. Slieve Croob is an easy walk with relatively slow...
Hare's Gap

The New Year Mourne Walk

Each new year we venture into the Mourne Mountains; normally on new year's day and involving a full hike to the top of Slieve Donard, this year was...