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richrua
2006-04-18 13:23:40
"view over Belfast from Divis" from richrua Contract pics
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Reply to Michael McA/Divis
I live near Belfast and have walked Divis many times. The NT property does cover a sizeable area and there are various routes. It is not a difficult climb - there is a road to the army bunker on top. Ignore the bunker, though, because the views are spectacular on a good day - believe it or not almost all of NI is visible. The place to go for info is via the recently formed Belfast Hills Partnership: www.belfasthills.org. Plenty of links for all the hills, info on walks etc. Wasn't sure how to reply here so apologies if you have already recieved this info. Photo is from near Divis summit looking over Belfast Lough. Can't top a view of a city like that!
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