Everyone is welcome, with all levels of fitness and abilities catered for, as we adopt the “all for one, one for all” approach.
Joining Siul Eile walking programmes is easy – all you need is a pair of comfortable shoes & hi-vis jacket.
Check our Facebook page for the next walk details and just show up.
If you’re joining our walk for the first time – please fill out registration form to make the registration quicker.
All Siul Eile walks on each program are free and open to all. For event walks at the end of some programs there will be a charge.
Where do we walk?
Burncourt, Ballylooby, Ballyporeen, Duhill, Skeheenarinky
The first Siul Eile group was set up in this area in 2016. A rural mountain area situated between the Knockmealdowns and Galtees. The Comeraghs and Slievenamon are also in view. There is a multitude of off road walks in the forests and mountains. It is also a crossroads for four of the longest National Trails: Tipperary Heritage Way (56km), East Munster Way (75km), St.Declan’s Way (98km), Blackwater Way (168km).
There are also a number of marked and unmarked loop trails in the area.
Ballybacon, Grange, Goatenbridge
Nenagh lies on the banks of the Nenagh River with the fabulous Sli Eala walk (10km) going to the village of Dromineer along by the river bank.
The Silvermines Mountain range lies to the south of the town.
Ballingarry, The Commons, Ballynonty, Killenaule
Would you like to set up Siul Eile where you live?
Our programmes are great way to get active and to bring the community together.
If you would like to get started – please check out our ‘Organise Walk’ section.
What will I need?
There are only few things required:
- Comfortable shoes/boots
- Hi-vis jacket
- Head or hand torch, when walking at dusk and night time
Items above are the only necessities, but there are few things that can make your walks easier, more comfortable and more enjoyable.
Each walker is different, and you know your needs, so our list is only a guide.
Siul Eile recommends more than anything to get the most enjoyment out of your walks to get the correct footwear. Lower leg injuries are the most common for walkers, so having a comfortable shoe/boot with a good grip is recommended.
The most common sweat points for walkers are their feet and body, so to ensure a comfortable walk, the layer against the skin should be made of a material that wicks perspiration, allowing you to stay drier for longer.
Depending on the weather, an extra layer may be required in the cold. Caps and gloves are also advised in the cold. Rainproof jackets and trousers can be worn on wet days.