Seanafarrachain, Co Galway

Barry Loughnane showing the world  what hes got hidden out west. One of the best creeks in the country seldom run but if the rains on and the crews in, it sure looks like the place to be.

Here's a link to the guidebook

River Ow, Co Wicklow

An intrepid crew head off to explore the seldom run Ow River in Co Wicklow

Heres a link to the guidebook

Video by Fernando Ayuso
Paddlers Fernando, Steve, Mateja, Fion, Ken, Paul

River OW. Kayaking in Ireland. from Fernando Ayuso on Vimeo.

Wrens Nest, Co Dublin

A long dry summer brings out the big lines and fun times here's local hero Bernard Walsh "Hunting The Wren"

Sheen Falls, Co kerry

Michael Reynolds and friends on Sheen Falls, Co Kerry a picturesque falls running on the Sheen River.

Part of Tir Na nog the movie.

Bloody Bridge, Co Down

Michael Reynolds and friends enjoying the slides of the Bloody Bridge section, Co Down

Mullinavat Waterfall, Co Kilkenny

Michael Reynolds at the classic Mullinavat waterfall, this is a super park and huck great for beginners through to experts.

The Glen, Co Down

Michael Reynolds and Ciaran O Carthaigh (NavanMan) on The Glen, situated on the side of Slieve Donard Mountain, take your boat and keep hiking as high as you dare! a super spin will run at lower levels but watch your boat!

Barnmore Gap, Co Donegal

Michael Reynolds and Ciaran O Carrthaigh (NavanMan) Enjoying the Barnmore Gap in Co Donegal.

A classic Irish run off needing plenty of water to get her going.

More to follow!

Mill Falls, Co Sligo

Adrian Durrant, Luca Dapra (ITA) and David Horkan having some fun on Mill Falls Co Sligo.

If Ballysadare is looking good head upstream and check out this beauty a lovely drop with a good sup of water.

Bunanakee River

Michael Reynolds and Ciaran O Carthaigh (NavanMan) Dropping in on the Bunanakee River in Co Mayo.  This stream comes alive with a bit of water (or not so much water) plenty of slides drops and rocks! Here's a teaser with more to come in the long anticipated Tir Na Nog 2

Ness Falls, Co Derry - First Descent

Michael Reynolds first descent of Ness waterfall on the Burntollet River standing at approximately 30 feet or 10m this is Northern Irelands highest waterfall.

Walks NI Site

Glenariff Waterfall, Co Antrim

Some Northern fun here with a sneaky descent of Glenariff Waterfall, Co Antrim
If you passing take a look (Click to Forest Park link)

First Descent of Mahon Falls

Michael Reynolds takes the First and so far only descent of Mahon falls in Co Waterford.
55ft  (17m ) into just 5ft (1.5m) of water.