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Ballymac Glanageenty Ramblers

Ballymac-Glanageenty Ramblers is hill-walking club which was formed in September 2014, having been granted aspirant club status by Mountaineering Ireland and under its governance. The club is essentially an amalgamation of three groups in the Ballymacelligott – Kielduff area. Those groups consisted of a walking / rambling group, a technical rock-climbing group, and the now well renowned Glanageenty Walkway facility which John Lenihan has put so much work into to make it the wonderful walking and leisure trail it is today. We see ourselves very much as a community and family oriented club. In particular, we are keen to see families and children enjoy the beauty of our natural environment both here in Kerry and further afield. We truly hope you enjoy what we have to offer and would welcome your suggestions.

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