Sat, 09 Jul|
Glencar Waterfall Carpark
JULY 9 2022 BOOK TODAY Men's Mental Health Charity Hike - Leitrim & Sligo Mountains
Muddy Soul's - Men's Mental Health Charity Event Hiking Sligo and Leitrim's Mountains ⛰️🧭🌎
Time & Location
09 Jul 2022, 08:00 – 18:00
Glencar Waterfall Carpark, Leitrim, Co. Leitrim, Ireland
About the event
Men's Mental Health Charity Event Hiking Leitrim's Mountains ⛰️🧭🌎 3009 foot above sea level
Muddy Soul's - Men's Mental Health Charity Event Hiking Leitrim's Mountains ⛰️🧭🌎 3009 feet above sea level
Hiking to Benwiskin Summit, to Annaconna Summit above Diarmaid and Grainne's Cave, to Benbulben Summit to King's Mountain to Brytas Mines and finish off by looking over Glencar Lough sitting on the top of the highest waterfall in Ireland Devils Chimley ⭐
All donations for tickets, all monies collected will go towards charity Northwest STOP.
- Date Saturday 9th July 2022
- Start Location Glencar Waterfall Carpark
- Hike Time 8 am sharp
- 8-10 hours hike
- Level Medium to Hard
- Need to bring hiking boots (a must!), wet gear, a change of clothes (for after if you are wet), 2 litres of water, warm drink food and a head torch/lamp
In aid of Northwest STOP in an effort to support and help people through depression, anxiety, mental health problems and prevent suicide.
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Wild swimming will be a must on top of this mountain lost in Leitrim, so swimming togs and a towel is good to have in your backpack. This hike is going to be powerful and totally if the beating track on the Leitrim hills looking over Donegals Bay and Lough Melvin where we are in for an Adventure 🧭 Loads of powerful talks along the way 📝
We will visit 2 crystal clear lakes deep in the mountains where wild heather surrounds these hidden gems 🙌 This is an event not to be missed for a great cause Men's Mental Health in Ireland The main is to have with you is a Positive Mindset cause this is a challenge to change the way we think 💭🌍🙌
North West STOP are a community, voluntary body that works to prevent suicide by informing, educating and promoting positive suicide prevention policies throughout the west and north-west of Ireland. They cater for all age groups and we operate with a strict “no waiting list” policy.