In response to the global and personal challenges we're all facing, the All-Ireland Hillwalking Championships will have a new format in 2023.
The walks are done, the locations logged, the forms submitted and checked, and the point scores tallied. We can now reveal the results of the 2022 All-Ireland Hillwalking Championships.
Highpointeers, mountaineers and challenge hillwalkers travelled the length and breadth of Ireland to compete in the 2022 All-Ireland Hillwalking Championships. Before we reveal the overall Championship results, here are the top achievers in each of the sport's three specialist disciplines.
What criteria must an activity meet if it is to be classed as an official sport and how does hillwalking qualify?
Since 2016, the Irish national-level hillwalking competitions have been evolving. From 2022, every hillwalker in Ireland can enjoy a more inclusive, diverse and streamlined format.
The walks are done, the locations logged, the forms submitted and checked, and the point scores tallied. We can now reveal the results of the 2021 All-Ireland Hillwalking Championships.
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Sport hillwalking has been a true sport in Ireland since the first national hillwalking competition was introduced in 2016. Now it has its own All-Ireland governing body.
This year's delayed sport hillwalking competition season commences on Monday 10th May.
In response to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, we have decided to delay the start of the 2021 Highpointeering competition season until the Spring Equinox (20th March).