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Registration is now OPEN

Dublin Mountains Challenge is now happening on 13th September 2020 ...

Step 1: Choose your challenge

You can take up either the 24km or the 42km challenge. It's up to you! Happening on the 13th September.

Walk as an individual or enter a team of four.

Register for the event here. Once registered, you'll receive a confirmation email which will include your Participant Event Guide with important event details. We'll also keep you updated by email and social media.

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The Dublin Mountains Challenge is a fundraising walk for Barretstown. The route follows the picturesque and way-marked Dublin Mountains Way.

The event starts in Tallaght and you can choose to walk the 24km route which finishes at Three Rock. Or choose the 42km route which finishes at Shankill. You can enter individually or as part of a team.

By taking part in the Dublin Mountains Challenge you will help to bring more children and families to camp.

Check out the route map

Entry fees:
Individual - Registration Fee
24km €50
42km €75

Team of 4 - Registration Fee
24km - €175
42km - €250

In addition to the registration fee, all participants are being asked to raise a minimum of €100 whether you're participating as an individual or as part of a team in the 24km or the 42km. The money you raise will go directly to fund our life - changing programmes of Therapeutic Recreation. Thank You

Register now

You Can Make A Difference

Thank you for helping us bring more children affected by serious illness to camp

Elsie Mae was only two years old when her parents got the devastating news that their little daughter had leukaemia. After months of gruelling treatment, Elsie Mae and her family got to experience our life changing programmers here in Barretstown. This is all thanks to amazing people like you who take part in our events and fundraise to help us to raise the €6.9 million it costs to run our programmes.
“Barretstown has become a magic word in our house. It means joy, it means happiness. But the biggest impact Barretstown has had is to enable us to know that there was something else outside of cancer. There was something else outside of treatment. And that something was fun. It was something brighter to look forward to – a sense of freedom and joy.”

All funds raised go directly to helping us bring more children, like Elsie Mae, to experience the magic of Barretstown. Childhood stops for children with serious illness. At Barretstown we press play on childhood.

Still have questions? Contact our community team they would be happy to help with any of queries. Contact them by email below:

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