15 members set out from King’s Yard on a perfect day, chilly but with good visibility. We headed northwards along the Attychraan River and through Cooper’s Wood for three kilometres. The pace was leisurely, occasionally interrupted by expert translations of local Gaelic names and features – from our own in-house expert! From the Glen, we headed eastwards to meet the Black Road and onwards to Knockeenatoung 601m. Heading southwards, we enjoyed lunch in a sheltered spot, with distant views of the Knockmealdowns and Comeraghs. From there, it was a hop, skip and jump to Seefin North 444m and Seefin South 447m, before returning to King’s Yard. An really excellent walk, with great company.