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simon3
2014-04-09 14:12:27
Launch of new walking trails on Divis Mountai
Would any of our NI members who were free be able to attend this? (Sorry about the notice)

When: Thursday 10 April, 10:30am.
Followed by a guided walk at 12:30pm

Where: Divis & Black Mountain. Meet at The Divis Barn. Use postcode BT17 0NG for sat nav and Google maps (detailed directions at bottom of this email)

What: Launch of the new Ridge Trail on Divis Mountain. The new trail represents a £500,000 investment, led by Outdoor Recreation NI and funded by National Trust, NITB and DARD.

The new trail opens up Belfast's (and possibly Northern Ireland's) best view - on a clear day you can see as far as Scotland, the Isle of Man and Cumbria.

A range of spokespersons will be available, along with some spectacular photo opportunities.

Press release with full details to be shared in advance of launch on 10 April.

Directions: From Stockman's Lane take the A55 Outer Ring (Falls/Andersonstown). Continue over 2 roundabouts and from dual carriageway turn left onto Upper Springfield Road. Continue for 2.5 miles, passing through Hannahstown, and take the small road on the right onto Divis Road. After a short distance take the entrance to Divis Mountain on the right. Divis Lodge and the new car park are on the right hand side. Postcode: BT17 0NG.

Contact:
Sarah Nelson
S.nelson@outdoorrecreationni.com
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