Climb Carrauntoohil

Climb Carrauntoohil

17 July 2020 to 19 July 2020

Fancy an invigorating and adventurous outdoor challenge? Well, how does climbing Ireland’s highest mountain sound? Standing at 1,038 metres high, we'll be taking on Carrauntoohil in County Kerry and admiring it's wild and rustic scenery!

Concern hikers on Carrauntoohil. Photo: Concern Worldwide.

 

 

 

Event Details

Join us from the 17 - 19 of July for a hike to remember! We’ll be leaving Dublin on the afternoon of Friday, 17 July to make our way to Killarney. Once there, we will climb Carrauntoohil on Saturday, 18 July and stay over for another night before heading back to Dublin on Sunday, 19 July. It’s quick and easy to sign up, registration is only €25 and we also ask that you fundraise a minimum amount of €175. We’ll take care of organising transportation and accommodation in Kerry too so all you have to do is sign-up!

Training and Fundraising Tips

Fear not, you don’t need to be super-fit for this challenge. This hike is suitable for people of all fitness levels and once the trek is complete, it will be time to sample what Kerry’s nightlife has to offer! However, if you would like to read up on some handy training tips in advance, check out our full training guide below.

We've also got some tips and ideas to get you started with your fundraising. 

Contact Us

Remember, we're here to help you accomplish this challenge! If you have any questions or require further information, please get in touch with us by email or phone.

  • Email: info.challenge@concern.net
  • Phone: 01 479 1348 

About Concern Worldwide

Since its foundation in 1968, Concern has gone on to work in over 50 countries, responding to major emergencies as well as implementing long-term development programmes. Today, with more than 3,900 staff of 50 nationalities, Concern operates in 26 of the world’s poorest countries, helping people to achieve major and long-lasting improvements in their lives.

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