On Top of the World

An interview with Ian Taylor, the youngest Irishman to Summit Mount Everest. Read more [...]

Ireland…. Right to Roam?

Ireland, a walkers paradise? Rights to Roam? Not exactly! Ireland, both North and South, has the most regressive and restrictive access legislation in Europe with walkers facing access rights and in some cases, open hostility from land owners. Keep Ireland Open is actively campaigning for changes to this legislation and in this article, the organisation explores some of the issues at hand. Read more [...]

Aim High

Walking and Himing Ireland interviews Ian Taylor, the youngest Irishman to climb Everest and gets some advice to help you stand on your summit, whatever or wherever it might be. Read more [...]

The County Tops – Number 2: Cupidstown Hill, County Kildare

In the second article on our series on County Tops, we take a visit to Cupidstown Hill, Kildare's highest point at the lofty height of 379 metres. Read more [...]

Everest to the top presentation: Friday 30th October

Ian Taylor, the youngest Irishman to climb Mount Everest is going to give a presentation on his journey to the top of the world this coming Friday in Lucan. Read more [...]

We need you… to fight the Quads!

The serious damage to some upland areas from the off-road use of motorized vehicles is a concern for many hillwalkers. Thankfully, there is now something walkers can do to counteract this. Read more [...]

Walking tips for Autumn and Winter

With the clocks going back, your time on the hills may be restricted over the winter months. However by taking the correct precautions, you can still enjoy time out walking. Nathan Kingerlee of Outdoors Ireland goes through some of the issues to take into account for autumn and winter walking. Read more [...]

Feyisa Lilesa becomes first Ethiopian winner of Dublin Marathon

Feyisa Lilesa became the first Ethiopian winner of the Lifestyle Sports-adidas Dublin Marathon completing the course in a time of 2.09.12, just five seconds short of the course record. Read more [...]