Grey Lake Ramblers Schedule

The GLR Walking Club  Schedule for Autumn/ Winter 2022 will soon be available @ Enjoy the hills


  This March the   GLR’s will once again visit Blackhead.   This beautiful Burren  walk can be strenuous and  does involves some steep  ascents and descents over rocky surfaces, but walkers will be  rewarded by some amazing views and the sheer natural beauty of the Burren.

Protect yourself and others

Walkers are reminded to be mindful that Covid-19 may be with us for a while. While the vaccines are effective against the virus it is possible to still get infected and infect others. If you suspect you’ve been exposed to Covid-19 or you have cold or flu-like symptoms please do not attend a walk. When…

12 O’Clock Hill

This May the GLR’s will attempt Knockanuarha Hill also known as The 12 O Clock Hill. The Hill is located 5 miles southeast of the village of Kilkishen. Height to the summit is 309 metres and is marked by OS pillar. This 13.5 km walk starts at Belvoir car park, and the terrain includes a…

Keelderry Woods

Regardless of the time of the year Keelderry Woods and  bogs never fails to deliver.  The  Club are looking forward to this  13km  woodland walk which is  part of the  Sliabh Aughty Lowlands, on 23rd Jan 2022

New Membership

New members are now welcome to join the club. Anyone considering joining the Club can walk for up to 3 walk prior to paying a membership fee. The GLR’s Club is a member of Mountaineering Ireland which includes a range of benefits and services such as insurance and access to training courses and support. The…

Lough Avalla Farm Loop

Lough Avalla Farm Loop is a walk the GLR’s never get tired of visiting and will do so again  August 28th.

Portumna Forest Park

On BH Monday August 2nd, Ray will lead the GLR’s  on a  scroll through forest park in Portumna.  This walk is a firm favourite for the Club.

Boora Bog

The Club are looking forward to revisiting Boora Bog in early Sept 2021

Derrygill, Woodford. 12th March

An 8km walk for the Ramblers on Sun March 12th at Derrygill, Woodford. This will take approximately 2.5 hours if you don’t stop to find your Millennium tree (remember the tree you got from the State to celebrate year 2000). This walk is mostly forest track. Meet as usual in carpark at Gort Rd at…