Routes: Devil’s Ladder, O’Shea’s Gully, Curve Gully, Heavenly Gates, Howling Ridge, Carrauntoohil via Caher, Carrauntoohil and Beenkeragh; we also offer winter ascents, some for experienced climbers only
Dates: All year; see below – contact us for dates and details
At 1,039m, Carrauntoohil is Ireland’s highest peak and, as such, it attracts thousands of people from all over the world each year who wish to climb to its summit. It is a magnificent, rugged and scenic mountain and climbing it is an experience that one doesn’t forget. Corrán Tuathail, its Irish name, means ‘Tuathal’s sickle’ and it towers above the many other peaks in the majestic MacGillycuddy’s Reeks. On a fine day, views extend to the faraway mountains, lakes and farmlands of West Cork, north and south Kerry. We offer eight different routes on this mountain with our experienced guides and grades that suit everyone from beginner to the most experienced mountaineer and we also organise climbs and challenges for individuals, clubs, charities and companies.
We love to climb Carrauntoohil its a mountain like no other that offers different challenges on different routes. We also do trips all around Kerry for those that might not feel as comfortable on this climb.
€75 individual. Group rates available. Please contact us for details.
For 2018 we will have group walks Saturday and Sundays of each month.
Other dates: Guides available on request for times that suit clients please ring office. Minimum numbers of 4 required
If you are groups, charities, clubs, teams and company day outs, please contact us on enquiry form or ring 064 66 44181.
Confirmed scheduled dates:
2nd of December (Spaces Available)
29th of December (Spaces Available)
1st of January (Spaces Available)
2nd of January (Spaces Available)
2nd of March (Spaces Available)
16th of March (Spaces Available)
20th of April (Spaces Available)
21st of April (Spaces Available)
27th of April (Spaces Available)
Other dates: Guides available on request for dates that suit clients request.
Please contact usfor more details and information. 064 6644181 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What you wear when you are out in the hills and mountains is very important, especially when conditions are challenging. It is important to ensure that you are warm, dry and comfortable in your clothing and footwear and that you have some basic equipment with you to ensure that you have an enjoyable experience and that you return home safely. The following is a list of basic gear that you should own if you are a regular hillwalker or climber: See video and gear list below.
Lightweight long thermal underwear
Short and long-sleeved t-shirts
Fleece or cotton trousers (no jeans)
Jacket – waterproof and breathable; with attached hood
Over-trousers, waterproof and breathable
Sun hat with good visor for summer
Balaclava/facemask – 1, lightweight
Sunglasses – UV & IR protection
Gloves – 2 pairs, lightweight and heavier for the cold
Light hiking boots
Socks – warm trekking socks (2-3 pairs)
Daypack – 25-35 litre (optional)
Waterproof pack cover
Ski poles – 1 pair collapsible spring-bound ski poles (optional)
Carrauntoohil The Step on The Upper Coomb's – Curve Gully – Brother O Shea's – Beenkeragh Ridge to the Summit. Great day with Kelvin Gillen, Stephen Quinn, Eoin Marshall and Shane Marshall. the route is Ideal for beginner scrambling and a great mixed day out