- Croghan Hill – Idyllic Views and Mindless VandalismOn a pleasant walk to the top of Croghan Hill in Co. Offaly, Tommy McGibney finds a summit trig pillar recently destroyed by vandals.
- February 2019 NewsletterA round-up of all the stories published by Ireland Blogging and its related news hubs during January 2019. Plus, a reminder of upcoming events.
- New Year’s Eve Walking in SligoTommy McGibney enjoys New Year's Eve walks on Crockauns and Knocknarea in Sligo.
- The Ireland Blogging Awards 2018: The WinnersWe are delighted to announce the winners in our first-ever Ireland Blogging Awards.
- January 2019 NewsletterA round-up of all the stories published by Ireland Blogging and its related news hubs during December 2018.
- Seefin Mountain, our closest High PointPatrick O'Brien takes us around the Black Rock Loop to visit Seefin, his closest High Point.
- Return to West Galway for more HighpointeeringWest Galway has many challenging High Points with fantastic views, Patrick O'Brien and his son Dillon logged another four recently.
- Baraveha: source of the BlackwaterPatrick O'Brien tells us about a recent visit to Baraveha - the highest point in the Mullaghareirk Mountains.
- Highpointeering in West GalwayPatrick O’Brien tells us about the third and final day of Highpointeering for the mid-term break, this time logging 7 High Points in west Galway.
- Trio of High Points in Clare, Limerick and TipperaryMaking the most of the mid-term break, and the Autumn weather, Patrick O'Brien & family climbed three High Points: Moylussa, Tountinna and Cullaun.
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