Travel & Training blog



Jerry & team on South Georgia Crossing 2008
One year on, Jerry O'Sullivan is doing well with his recovery from his incident on McKinley. On the 9th June…



O Sheas gully Carrauntoohil
With Kilimanjaro in their sights, two families arrived down to Kerry once again for more training on the 12th April…



Climb Carrauntoohil for Suicide Aware
''Life is full of mountains to climb and obstacles that seem insurmountable at first sight. The best way to tackle these challenges is together!" We are lucky to have Pat Falvey ready to take on Corrán Tuathail with us in order to raise funds for Suicide Awareness. At 1039m/ 3414ft…



Navigation Skills Course
The Mountain Lodge was filled with compasses and maps last weekend as our February Hill Skills Course ran in the…



Uhuru Peak Mount Kilimanjaro Jan 30th 2012
  To book your place on our June or September trekking team, contact us now! Limited places available..   ++…



See our facebook page for offers & win vouchers
Want to win a €50 voucher? - Ideal for spending at or on any of our upcoming events? In January we will be announcing details of a loyalty programme for existing customers and since we're getting into the Christmas spirit and feeling generous we've got vouchers to give away,…
Hundreds of tourists have finally been able to leave the Mount Everest region after bad weather conditions had left them stranded for a week. At one point it is estimated 2,000 people were stuck in the Nepalese mountains as fog prevented flights in and out of Lukla airport. They expressed…



Our Next Free Meet Day for Trekkers..
Whether you are just considering or committed to a trek in 2012, what better way to get your queries answered and yourself all geared up (literally) that to come along on Dec 03rd to our next Free Meet Day. Our main focus will be Mount Kilimanjaro but our team will…



Climbing Route on Carrauntoohil
On Friday 23rd September, a group of colleagues/friends from Pepsico Carrigaline/Little island arrived down to Kate Kearney's to climb Carrauntoohil. Conditions were fair with some cloud about as we headed to Lisleibane, our start for the day. After a short briefing our pace was set by John heading us into…