Saturday 12 May 2018 | 11am-5pm 
Meeting point for 22km walk | Rua Red, Tallaght (beside Tallaght Luas) at 11am  
Meeting point for 15km walk | Bohernabreena Reservoir Car Park at 12 noon 
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Route | Rua Red Tallaght (beside Luas) via Dublin Mountain Way and back
Distance | 22km (or 15km). Moderate hike on paths & road, mostly via Dublin Mountain Way
Bring | Walking boots/shoes. Warm/waterproof clothes. Food and water.
Free Parking at Civic Theatre, Tallaght. 
Participation at your own risk. 

Inspired by the story of Oisín i dTír na n-Óg, who single-handed threw a boulder up the valley at Glenasmole, you are invited to join the challenge of recreating this mythic feat by working together to carry a granite boulder (in pieces) from Tallaght, to make a cairn at the foot of Kippure. The community cairn is growing, we now need your help to get the rest of the boulder to the top by mid-summer! 

Connecting city with mountains, and people with each other, the project is about walking and talking and connecting to the place over a year. 

Check for details of walks as they are announced, or email to register your interest and receive updates.

Rock to the Top is commissioned under IN CONTEXT 4 - IN OUR TIME, South Dublin County Council’s Public Art Programme for 2016-2019 under the Per Cent for Art Scheme.

With thanks to Rua Red, Dublin Mountain Partnership Rangers, Wicklow Mountains National Park and Glenasmole Community for their support.