Dubbed a ‘savage beauty’ by Oscar Wilde, Connemara National Park is not for the faint-hearted. Take a break from average life in this sprawling landscape which has mountains, bogs, heathlands and lakes. Recharge around the campfire sampling local fare at night. THE CHALLENGE: DISCIPLINES: Hike/Run, Bike TOTAL DISTANCE: 56km ELEVATION GAIN: 650m CAMP EXPERIENCES: Sea Kayak Wild Cooking Whiskey Tasting Bodran Making & More EXPERIENCES IN CAMP: Friday: Afternoon – sea kayak exploration of Killary Fjord Evening- bushcraft & survival skills workshop Wild cooking Outdoor mindful yoga NB: Some activities will be run on a first come, first served basis Saturday: Local acoustic music Bodran making Whiskey tasting Wild outdoor cooking The IGO Feast There are three levels of entry for this adventure... COMPLETER - £499 per person - Go at your own pace, enjoy the scenery - A spot in shared 4 person tent - Does not include timing chip COMPETITOR - £519 per person - Test yourself against the clock - A spot in shared 4 person tent - Timing chip included GROUP OF 4 - £1,796 (£449 per person) - Great for groups, families, friends - Share a 4 person tent with your team - Does not include timing chip Send us a message to book your preferred level!
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Arrive and transfers to camp Registration, briefing, and lunch Afternoon activities Campfire chilli and bed
Breakfast in camp The IGO Ireland Challenge: hike/run & bike Evening celebrations in camp Camp overnight
Breakfast in camp Yoga Transfers to local train station & airport
You’ll be working up a sweat. Bring along a touch of enthusiasm and a little determination
2 nights accommodation in bell tents (based on 4 sharing) including memory foam mattresses
Strict - Cancel up to 31 days before your adventure to recieve a 75% refund
Cancelling less than 30 days before results in no refund.
Refund excludes processing fees. Alternate dates may be able to be agreed at no additional cost, but this is not guaranteed.
Glassillaun, County Galway, Ireland