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Small group guided hiking tours in Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Mountain Skills training, and navigation courses.

OUR MISSION: To Educate, Enthuse and Encourage hillwalkers to experience the mountains in an enjoyable, responsible and safe manner.

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Mweelrea Mountain Guided Hike | Mountaintrails 25/06/2024

Due to cancellations we still have a few places available on our guided climb of MWEELREA, via the 'Ramp', on Saturday 29 June.

Don't miss this great opportunity to climb Connacht's highest mountain and one of the classic 4 Peaks of Ireland..๐Ÿ˜€

Click the link for more info and to book your place:

Mweelrea Mountain Guided Hike | Mountaintrails Mweelrea mountain, at 814 metres, is the highest mountain in Connacht and one of the iconic โ€˜4 Peaksโ€™. In good weather the summit offers some of the best coastal views in Ireland.

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 23/06/2024

A stunning day in the MAUMTURKS after yesterday's wash out.
We climbed Corcog, Mullach Glas, and Binn Mhor in a linear walk in the south of the range.

Fantastic team over the two days and great craic..๐Ÿ˜Š
Always love Connemara when the sun shines.. ๐ŸŒž


It was wet and very blustery in the hills of Connemara today.
Our climb of BENBAUN was never really on the cards, and we eventually retreated to try another day..๐Ÿ˜’

Remembering the mountaineer's saying:
"The decision to turn back is the best decision you will ever make."

Carrauntoohil guided hike | Mountaintrails 21/06/2024

Join us on Saturday 29 June for a guided climb of CARRAUNTOOHIL, Ireland's highest mountain.

This is a challenging hike but a great achievement and well worth the effort..๐Ÿ™‚

Go to our website for more details and to book your place:

Carrauntoohil guided hike | Mountaintrails Carrauntoohil is located in County Kerry and is the highest peak in the MacGillycuddyโ€™s Reeks. Meaning โ€˜Tuathalโ€™s sickleโ€™, Carrauntoohil is also the highest mountain on the island of Ireland at 1,039 metres.

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 20/06/2024

A wonderful summer's day ๐ŸŒž guiding these lovely people from Google on a CORPORATE HIKING DAY around Glendalough and Lugduff.

T shirt weather and smiles all around.. ๐Ÿ˜Š
A super day had by everyone.

Many thanks to Paul (@1.step.more), Graham () and Tom who joined me to guide the group today..๐Ÿ™

Scotland (Ben Nevis & Glen Coe) Hiking Weekend | Mountaintrails 19/06/2024

Due to a late cancellation we have one place become available on our SCOTLAND (BEN NEVIS) weekend on 05-08 July.
The cost is โ‚ฌ540 to include transport from Dublin, accommodation and guides.
Food is not included.
For more details please go to:

Full payment is now required, email [email protected] or contact me on 086 446 6997 if you are interested.

Scotland (Ben Nevis & Glen Coe) Hiking Weekend | Mountaintrails If you have ever dreamed of climbing the mighty Ben Nevis in Scotland, then join us on this holiday weekend trip to a land of iconic mountains and great beauty.


Heath Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) typically grows on acid grasslands and upland path margins.
With pale lilac flowers on 10cm spikes and small, oval, hairy toothed leaves, it flowers from May to August.

The juice was once thought to offer relief from earache.

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 17/06/2024

A misty and murky day on Saturday for our MOURNE MOUNTAINS guided hike.. โ˜๏ธ ๐Ÿ˜ถโ€๐ŸŒซ๏ธ

The guys still had a great day on Northern Ireland's highest, Slieve Donard, and enjoyed some top views.

Thanks to Graham for the images and for looking after the group so well..๐Ÿ˜€

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 16/06/2024

Super day for our guided hike of LUGNAQUILLA today..๐Ÿ˜Ž
Sunshine and wonderful views.

Great effort by all the team and big thanks to Tom for guiding and pics today ๐Ÿ‘


Wonderful to see these amazing girls on our MOUNTAIN SKILLS 1 course in Wicklow today.

Defying the weather forecast, we caught the odd light shower, and enjoyed some dry and sunny conditions...๐Ÿ˜Ž

Great to see their skills developing throughout the day and really looking forward to seeing them shine tomorrow..๐Ÿ˜€

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 15/06/2024

A damp and challenging day for our guided hike of CARRAUNTOOHIL today.. ๐ŸŒง ๐ŸŒง
Despite the weather, the team did a great job in summiting Ireland's highest peak in difficult conditions.

A top effort by everyone and a big shout out to .morrison.35 of Morrisons Tours who kept everyone safe today.. ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘

Mountain Skills 1 | Mountaintrails 13/06/2024

There are still places available on our next midweek MOUNTAIN SKILLS 1 course in WICKLOW on 26/27 June.

Join us today and learn those essential skills to become a safe and proficient hillwalker and navigator...โ˜บ๏ธ

Go to: for more details and to book your place.

Mountain Skills 1 | Mountaintrails Our instructors are fully qualified Mountain Leaders with REC first aid certificates. We are accredited by Mountaineering Ireland to provide Mountain Skills courses.

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 12/06/2024

Continuing the rehabilitation of my leg today with a jaunt up Djouce, ahead of the forecast wind and rain tomorrow..๐ŸŒง
A quiet and contemplative walk, perfect for a reset after a hectic few days in Scotland.
Onwards and upwards..๐Ÿ˜Š


with Mountaintrails.
Become the hiker you always wanted to be.

Check out our courses, guided hikes and navigation training on our website at and reach your potential today ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ’ช


Photos from Mountaintrails's post 09/06/2024

Today, the team headed for Mam na Gualainn (796m) and enjoyed a thrilling ridge walk with stunning views across Loch Leven to the mountains of Glen Coe..๐Ÿ˜Š

In complete contrast to yesterday, the weather turned out bright and sunny, with a fresh, cool wind, perfect for enjoying these hills at their best.

Great effort by everyone this weekend with two days of tough climbing, nice one folks..๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘

Big thanks to Rich Pyne and Darran Keogh for their professionalism and help over the weekend๐Ÿ™

Back again next month.

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 08/06/2024

08 June 2024
A summer ascent of BEN NEVIS on our Scotland Hiking Weekend.. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ

Snow and blizzard conditions above 1000m required careful footwork and steady navigation.
The guys did a wonderful job in the conditions.

Well done to the whole team and a big shout out to Rich and Darran for their guiding skills..๐Ÿ‘

When was the last time you did something for the first time?


08 June 2024 - Summer ascent of BEN NEVIS.. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ

The guys have a great experience on the Ben today as summer turned to winter on Scotlands highest.
Snow and blizzards above 1000m meant careful navigation and footwork required.
Well done to all the guys in the team and big thanks to Rich and Darran for the guiding today.

When was the last time you did something for the first time?


I'm over in Scotland to run our BEN NEVIS weekend, and despite the unseasonal weather, the team are really looking forward to their climb of the Ben today.

The view down Loch Linne from our accommodation at 07.00 this morning looks broody, but we should get some sunshine and some views.

More to follow... ๐Ÿ˜ƒ


Our day hikes are graded easy, moderate, hard and strenuous.

Mainly on easily identifiable paths, with good underfoot conditions. Can include open countryside with some rough ground and easy ascents.
For example: East Brockagh and Glendalough day hike.
Time: 3 -5 hours Height gain: 200-400 metres Distance: 8km โ€“ 12km

Regular walkers who are used to rough paths and manage 12km (7ยฝ miles) with relative ease should find the moderate graded walks suitable. Can include more informal paths, rougher, boggy and more uneven terrain with the possibility of some moderately steep ground.
For example: Derrybawn and Spinc Loop.
Time: 5-6 hours Height gain: 400-600 metres Distance: 12 to 15km

Underfoot conditions can be rough and uneven with the possibility of some rocky sections and mountain terrain without clear paths. Suitable for regular hillwalkers with appropriate mountain footwear and clothing.
For example: Lugnaquilla, Carlingford mountain.
Time: 6-7 hours Height gain: 600-800 metres Distance: 15km to 18km

Walks that are suitable for regular hikers who are used to walking longer distances with a sustained climb of up to 1000m. Open moorland and mountain plateau, possibly rocky ground without clear paths. There may be some moderate exposure.
For example: Mweelrea, Carrauntoohil.
Time: 6-8 hours Height gain: 800-1000 metres Distance: 15km โ€“ 18k

Slieve Donard and the Mourne Mountains | Mountaintrails 04/06/2024

Join our next MOURNE MOUNTAINS guided hike on SATURDAY 15 JUNE.

A challenging hike in the Mourne Mountains with an ascent of Slieve Donard and Slieve Commedagh.
A superb outing in these wonderful hills.
(This is a strenuous graded hike and not suitable for beginners.)
For more details and to book a place go to:

Slieve Donard and the Mourne Mountains | Mountaintrails The highest mountain in Northern Ireland, and if thatโ€™s not enough, the second highest too!

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 03/06/2024

The EXPLORERS on Errigal this morning.
Suboptimal conditions on Donegals highest.
A great end to a fantastic BH weekend..๐Ÿ˜Š

Super effort by all the team, nice one folks..๐Ÿ‘

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 03/06/2024

Graham was leading our GALTYMORE HORSESHOE hike yesterday and enjoyed some fabulous weather and top views with these lovely folk.
What a fantastic day they had..๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Big thanks to Graham and to everyone who turned out to enjoy the weather this weekend.

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 02/06/2024

The EXPLORERS headed for the Slieve League cliffs today.
In very different weather to yesterday they got very little in the way of views..๐Ÿ™
Some you win, and some you have to tough it out.
That's how it goes.

All the more reason to return some day.. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ


OBLONG-LEAVED SUNDEW (Drosera intermedia) is less common in Ireland than the ubiquitous round-leaved sundew.

Found in boggy ground principally in the west of Ireland, this one was photographed the Poison Glen in Donegal.


Spotted on Slieve Snaght (Donegal) this weekend.
The LEAST WILLOW (Salix herbea).

One of the smallest woody plants in the world and typically found in alpine and sub-alpine environments around the North Atlantic seaboard.

An unusual find here in Ireland but locally common on exposed mountainsides.

Photos from Mountaintrails's post 01/06/2024

The Mountaintrails EXPLORERS are in Donegal for the Bank Holiday weekend, and today we headed for the Poison Glen and Slieve Snaght.
A challenging day but with incredible views in glorious sunshine..โ˜€๏ธ
A boggy approach and descent with plenty of rocky granite ground on the mountain.

Superb day in great company.
Love it.

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Who we are:

Professional mountain guiding and outdoor activity provider based in Dublin, specialising in small group guided day hikes and longer tours in Ireland, North Wales, and Scotland. Providers of navigation training for novices and improvers, and Mountain Skills courses on behalf of Mountain Training UK & Ireland.


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08 June 2024 - Summer ascent of BEN NEVIS.. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ The guys have a great experience on the Ben today as summer turned to wint...
The EXPLORERS taking on Hungry Hill on the Beara Peninsula today.A fantastic day in superb climbing weather..๐Ÿฅฐ #JoinTheA...
Benbaun and the mountains of Connemara today, on our GLENCORBET HORSESHOE hike..๐Ÿ˜€Despite an inauspicious weather forecas...
Misty and Blustery on the summit of SLIEVE FOY yesterday on our guided hike of Carlingford Mountain.However, once we dro...
In the outdoor office today..๐Ÿ˜ŽIt would be rude not to..#JoinTheAdventure #Ireland
Blue sky Monday..๐Ÿ˜ŽThe perfect antidote to any Blue Monday.A crisp and frosty day in the hills.Perfect...๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘Œ๐ŸŒž #JoinTheAdve...
What a day.. ๐Ÿ˜€The views from the summit of Mweelrea.Simply stunning..๐Ÿ˜Žโ˜€๏ธ#JoinTheAdventure with
Easter Monday in the Maumturks.. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿž๏ธConnemara at it's very best and some of the best views to be had anywhere in Ireland...
A damp day in paradise....๐ŸŒง๐ŸŒง๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช #MountainSkills #JoinTheAdventure
Livestream chat earlier today with Russ and Aileen from Basecamp Ireland on Winter Hiking. How to prepare for your day, ...
While I was over in Connemara yesterday Graham was guiding a lovely group up Lugnaquilla.It's a bonus when you get a hel...
Training flight of rescue 116 over Brockagh in the Wicklow Mountains yesterday... ๐Ÿ™‚An interesting distraction for our MS...





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