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Job Opportunity – Get Ireland Walking Project Manager

Mountaineering Ireland is inviting applications for the post of Get Ireland Walking Project Manager. Funded by the Irish Sports Council, Mountaineering Ireland (MI) with the support of a number of health promotion agencies, including the Health Service Executive, will introduce a new initiative, Get Ireland Walking, in 2013. This initiative aims to develop the culture of [...]

What If, Why Not? Festival

Welcome to the What If, Why Not? Adventure Film Festival! The What If, Why Not? Adventure Film Festival is a celebration. A celebration of just how damned amazing this planet and the people on it are. Over two days we’ll screen nearly 8 hours of adventure sport films. Films that will inspire and sometimes terrify [...]

Job Vacancy with Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace Ireland now seeks to appoint a part time Programme Manager to co-ordinate and manage the development of the programme over the next two years. If you are interested in applying for this position please download the job description and application form below. The closing date for applications is Monday 19th November 2012 at 4pm. Leave [...]

New XC Development Officer for the Offroad Commission

Some good news for Mountain Biking Jon Hynes is a well experienced outdoor adventure man with many years of dedication to the sport of biking as well as many other areas. He also runs a company called Gravity Mountain Biking in Garretstown Co Cork. http://jonhynesadventureaddict.blogspot.ie/ Jon has introduced himself on the Offroad comminsiners facebook page [...]

Mountaineering Ireland – No To Heli Pad

Over the past week there have been numerous reports in local and national media suggesting that Mayo County Council are in the process of planning for a Helipad on Croagh Patrick. Speaking on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland this morning (30 July) Mountaineering Ireland’s CEO, Karl Boyle said that he was very surprised to hear of such [...]

WANTED: Mountain Rescuers!

ould you like to offer your Time and Skills to be a Team Player in a Voluntary Mountain Rescue Service This is a fantastic opportunity to join either one of the busiest rescue teams in the country, both the teams operate in the Wicklow area and are on call 24 hours a day 7 days [...]