Irish Mountain Log Rate Card

The Irish Mountain Log has a guaranteed circulation of more than 12,500 copies per quarter. It is distributed through four different channels;
  • 11,000 copies – direct by post to 11,000 hillwalkers and climbers on the island of Ireland
  • 700 copies - by EM News distribution to their network of stores in Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. 
  • 300 copies - by post direct to sponsors, advertisers, government departments, state agencies, retailers, outdoor centres, etc.
  • An additional 500 copies are used for at various events, conferences, meetings, each quarter.

Editorial content

For editorial content and gear reviews please contact the Editor at

Full Colour One Issue
One Eight Page €225
Quarter Page €400
Half Page €800
Full Page €1,550
Inside Back/Front Cover €1,835
Back Cover €2,185
Double Page Spread €2,415






Insert Rates

Inserts by negotiation and dependent on weight and size.  Please contact us for details.

Discounts for 2019

Advertise in two issues - 10%

Advertise in three issues - 15%

Advertise in four issues - 20%

Credit card payment at booking - 5%

Space sizes

Full Page - 272 mm x 187 mm

Half Page(vertical) - 272 mm x 91 mm

Half Page(horizontal) - 133 mm x 187 mm

Quarter Page -133 mm x 91 mm

One Eight Page - 65 mm x 91 mm

Mechanical information

Trim size of finished publication: 297 mm x 210 mm

Bleed size: 3 mm

Full page bleed: 303 mm x 216 mm

Double page spread: 303 mm x 426 mm

We work on an Apple Mac. Please supply in any of the following formats:

  • Quark Xpress
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe PDF.

Deadlines for 2019

Publication dates: March 27th, June 29th, September 14th, December 3rd

Advertising copy deadlines: March 5th, June 8th, August 24th, November 12th


Telephone: 00 353 (0)1 625 1115


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