The Comeragh Mountains Expedition
- Starting Time: 10:30am – Finishing: 1:30pm
Secure parking is offered at our starting point.
Most frequent questions and answers
Comeragh Comeragh Mountains Expedition starts at 10:30am.
The Comeragh Mountains Expedition ends at 03.30pm the next day.
The Comeragh Mountains Expedition starts at 1030am on day one and finishes at roughly 3pm on day two.
The Comeragh Mountains Expedition meeting point is at Crotty’s Rock (this is subject to change, keep an eye on our communication channels).
Comeragh Mountains Expedition is DIFFICULT, we recommend you have plenty of walking experience for this one.
You should bring a headtorch, rain jacket, waterproof trousers, thermals, warm socks, fleece, water bottle (1L) and snacks, nuts, etc.
We will provide you with tents, rucksacks, sleeping bags, mats, compasses, maps, cooking equipment and food.
Yes, secure overnight parking is available at all of our locations.
You can check for public transport options through Transport for Ireland.
We privide tents, mats, and sleeping bags.
For the Comeraghs Mountains Expedition, we will provide dinner on Day one, and breakfast/lunch on Day two – otherwise you should pack your own snacks and a lunch for Day one (remember this is a long walk, so if you’re prone to getting hangry, make sure you pack enough snacks to keep yourself happy!)
A hand torch would suffice, but we recommend you bring a headlamp. Click here for an affordable option we recommend.
Unfortunately, due to health and safety concerns we can not allow your dog on any Wild Summit events.
Yes! All of our guides are qualified with QQI Level 8 Honours Degrees in relevant areas, and hold Mountain Leader certification and years of experience leading around the world.
If you have any questions then do not hesitate to get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as possible.