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Kenny Wild On Sky TV/Irish TV Goes Forest Biking With Jason

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Kenny Wild On Sky TV/Irish TV Goes Sea Kayaking With Nathan
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Irish Times Video Of Killarney National Park
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Adventure Travel Trade Association

Forest & Mountain Biking With Outdoors Ireland


Jo Sinnott Wild Camping (Short Clip)
Jo Sinnott kayaks Lakes of Killarney with Outdoors Ireland, on her motorbike ride through Ireland and Europe, wild camping as she goes.


Jo Sinnott Wild Camping (Long Clip)
Jo Sinnott kayaks Lakes of Killarney with Outdoors Ireland, on her motorbike ride through Ireland and Europe, wild camping as she goes.


Failte Ireland


RTE2 Elev8

Nathan, Lucy and Cara speaking about their 400km plus hike across Ireland,
from Kerry to Dublin, in search of the famous Irish welcome!


iDirect Movies



Velvetine Productions

 

Festival Road Show
Rob from the Kathryn Thomas Festival Road Show joined us for
one of our Sunset Kayak Trips in Killarney.


Nationwide
Maria Mullarkey, from RTE's Nationwide, spent a day with us recently.
She was taking part in one of our Singles Adventure Weekends.


Seoige & O Shea
John Buckley, a retired 66 year old, climbs Carrauntoohil - his life long ambition,
along with Nathan Kingerlee on Seoige & O'Shea.

Articles

Forest & Jungle Navigation - Lenny Antonelli
There's nowhere else in Ireland quite like the wood-cloaked valley of Glengarriff. It's one of the few places on this island with woods big enough to really get lost in. Click Here To Read More

Bushcraft Weekend - Lenny Antonelli

Ever wonder how comfortably you could survive in the wilds of Ireland if you were dropped deep in some remote mountain glen? Click Here To Read More

Landrover Monthly - Russ Ryan
We're not sure what we spotted first; his instantly recognisable 300Tdi Defender or his impressive homemade bush cooking tripod that was making our taste buds tingle with the smell of lunch. Click Here To Read More


Sunday Times - Lenny Antonelli
Lenny Antonelli discovers how to dine on a menu of red ants, nettles, fish and spruce tea when he puts his life in the hands of a bushcraft expert in the heart of the Irish wilderness. Click Here To Read More

RedBull.com - Heather Irvine
Climbing out of the gully, I was treated to one of the most impressive vistas I had ever seen. Had I actually fallen down the gully, died and gone to heaven? It certainly felt like it. Click Here To Read More

Bushcraft Weekend - Charelle Holleman

For as long as I can remember the great outdoors has intrigued me. So when someone told me I could go on a bushcraft weekend I jumped at the opportunity! Click Here To Read More

Roses And Rockets - Rosaleen

Sometimes, you just need a break. In a beautiful place. Alone. To figure everything out. Click Here To Read More

RTE Travel - Deirdre Mullins
Drinking elderflower wine and munching on sloe berry gin chocolate wasn't what I was expecting on the peak of Carrauntoohil. Click Here To Read More

Sunday Times - Lenny Antonelli
I was learning to canoe on the Lakes of Killarney in March last year, under breathtaking craggy mountains and ancient oak woods. Click Here To Read More

Irish Independent
Canyoning & Kayaking Makes The Top 30 Adventure Breaks! Click Here To Read More

Irish Times Journalist - John Collins

''I can't do this!'' It's the phrase that strikes fear in the heart of every parent. Click Here To Read More

Irish Times - Darragh Murphy
It is home to 26 000 acres of lush mountains, aboriginal forest, walkways, rivers, castles and stately homes, cycle paths and disused mines, golf courses and waterfalls, bat caves, and islands populated by swimming deer. Click Here To Read More

Killarney Advertiser - Eve Kelliher
A Saturday morning kayaking trip on Killarney's Lough Lein sounds straightforward enough but little do you know... Click Here To Read More

My Name Is Lily Rose - Lily Rose

Thurs the 7th, it's 230pm and as always I'm late! I have to be in Killarney at 4pm for my meeting with MJ from Outdoors Ireland and I'm still in Dingle.
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Outside Online - Tim Leffel

Waterfall jumping is the next cliff diving. Click Here To Read More

Irish Times
Mountain Skills & Rock Climbing Makes The Irish Times! Click Here To Read More

Irish Times

Canyon & Kayak Gap Of Dunloe Makes The Irish Times Christmas List! Click Here To Read More

Travel Blogger - Margo
Without doubt this was perhaps one of the most beautiful mornings of my life. And, thank goodness, I have pictures to prove it. We quietly paddled as the bright near-full moon cast our shadows on the deep blue water around us. Click Here To Read More

Manchan Magan - Mountain Skills 1

I had always yearned to be able to free myself from the tryanny of a way-marked trail, to roam the Irish uplands, free and unfettered, but I was afraid.
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Irish Examiner - Manchan Magan

I could never fully grasp the Burren - driving through it didn't provide a proper sense of it, but I felt uneasy about straying too far from the way-marked trails to explore its remoter regions. Click Here To Read More

Irish Independent - Sophie White
After my experience of 'Wilderness' in the controlled conditions of the spa I was keen to get out into the wilds for real. Click Here To Read More

Sunday Times - Katie Roche

I do not fully understand what canyoning is until I am in the middle of negotiating the drops and slides of a gorge at Torc Waterfall.
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Sunday Business Post - Manchan Magan
I had envisaged an easy introduction to rock climbing - a gentle slope with plenty of deep fissures and handy grab points. Instead, I found myself at the base of a sheer sandstone monolith, with a rope suspended from high above. Click Here To Read More

Red Bull - Katie Roche

We may be a small island but there's tons of mighty mountains waiting for you to climb it's rugged rocks. Click Here To Read More

Women Talking - Poppy Watt
Wild and beautiful, inspiring and exciting, Ireland's energy and romance have often lured travelers to its welcoming shores. Click Here To Read More

Horse & Hound - Niamh O Reilly
The weather was on the turn, with gales gusting and heavy intermittent showers. Click Here To Read More

Sunday Times - David Flanagan
It sounds like a scene from a climb in the French Alps. Click Here To Read More


Time Out - Euan Ferguson

Done Dublin? Head west for your next hit of craic, says Euan Ferguson. Click Here To Read More

Belfast Telegraph - Mark McCormick

Sightseeing on foot? OK how about the traditional double-decker tour bus? Forget that. A much trendier option is to see the sights and learn the history of a city from the comfort of your very own boat. Click Here To Read More

Galway Tribune - Judy Murphy

There are times when you might not want to be part of the crowd... and then there are times when you definitely do. Click Here To Read More

My Kids Time
On the day the school holidays officially began for our kids, we took them on a trip kayaking with Outdoors Ireland. We were told to be at Kinvara Pier at 10am, where we were met by our lovely guide Henry. Click Here To Read More

Irish Daily Mail - John Daly

Howling Ridge - the very name gave me pause to consider the chilling extent of what lay ahead. Click Here To Read More

Belfast Telegraph - Mark McCormick

Howling Ridge is regarded as Ireland's finest mountaineering route and has become a rite-of-passage for hill walkers keen to make the transition from mountain rambling to the knee knocking intensity of scrambling and dangling on rock faces. Click Here To Read More

Planet Confidential - Sarah Poole

CLOSE your eyes, feel the warm breeze stroke your face, hear the gentle sound of water lapping around you, take a deep breath and feel the pure clean air fill your lungs. Click Here To Read More


Sunday Business Post - Lisa Brady
You could say Kenmare man Nathan Kingerlee was born to be wild - or at least to be out in the wilds of Killarney. Click Here To Read More

Sunday Business Post - Emma Kennedy
East, west, north and south - on every side lay a view more stunning than the last. Carrantuohill, Ireland's highest peak at 1,040 metres, had offered up it's treasure. Click Here To Read More

Irish Times - Catherine Mack

IF YOU THINK the Ring of Kerry is just for coachloads of tourists, it's time to meet a man who knows the best shores to paddle off, peaks to conquer, and cliffs to climb.
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Outsider Magazine
Icy adventures on Carrauntoohil. Heather Irvine heads for Kerry in search of a break from the old routine.
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Metro Herald
No you're not seeing things: that's the kid pictured in today's Metro Herald sharing your Luas carriage.
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Evening Herald
Meet Ireland's fittest pets - a dog and a goat - are walking the 400km (286 miles) from Kerry to Dublin.
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Evening Herald
''You better keep your phone turned on. Once the wind blows up we won't be able to hear one another; even if we shout.''
So, is that why they call it Howling Ridge?
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West Cork People
I remember watching Bridget Jone's Diary thinking ''Dear Lord, please don't let me be single in my 30s!''
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Independent
Novice climbers are finding their feet in the Alpine-type environment of Ireland's highest ice-capped peak.
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Irish Times
The snow and ice - and full circle rainbows - made climbing in the MacGillycuddy's Reeks last weekend magical, writes John Collins.
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Irish Times
Since the cold weather last year, there are a lot more providers offering guided hikes and ice climbs around the country. It’s a wonderful opportunity to experience a familiar landscape in a brand new way.
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The Atlantic
Last evening I took such a lovely paddle around Ross Island in Lough Leane outside of Killarney. Nathan Kingerlee of Outdoors Ireland collected me from my hotel and I'm sure when he took a look at me (overweight middle-aged woman) he quickly recalculated how far we'd make it in the canoe.


Irish Times
Not content with providing one of the best adventure-break outfits in the Killarney hills, Nathan Kingerlee, of Outdoors Ireland, has decided to take on a bit of John B Keane-style matchmaking.
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The Corkman

WALKING enthusiasts are not a rare sight along the Blackwater Way but with a dog and a goat along as travelling companions they certainly raised an eyebrow or two.
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Sunday Business Post

When a relation ship disintegrated last year, I found myself staring into the thirty somethingand-single abyss. By way of consolation, a friend told me that ‘‘the person you’re meant to meet will come along when you least expect it . . . and when you’re looking your worst’’.


Sunday Business Post
As a teenager, Nathan Kingerlee saved his pocket money on kayaking and worked for a water sports centre. These days, he’s still kayaking, but it’s as the boss of Outdoors Ireland, an adventure sports business he set up in September 2006.
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Outsider Magazine
Howling Ridge is often considered a rite-of-passage ascent in the Irish mountains. For many, it marks the transition from mellow rambling to more adrenalin-fueled ascents involving rock faces and ropes. It may be stunning in summer but Mark McAuley and some buddies find it sublime in winter.


Sandra Coughlan

Just back from a Yoga and Adventure break with Outdoors Ireland feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, alive, and planning my return...
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Sunday Business Post
You needn’t travel to the far ends of the earth to experience the thrills of a picturesque, adrenalin-fuelled rock climb, writes Roisin Finlay.


Outsider Magazine
A couple of months ago, Outsider’s Roisin Finlay and Vanessa Lawrenson went climbing in Kerry. Here Roisin fills us in on how the Kingdom’s sea cliffs tested her mettle.


Renee Navarette

It is important to note from the start that, for the most part, Americans consider Western Ireland a primitive land where short-tempered, drunk men wearing kilts run about the countryside looking for battle with a warring clan...
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