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volsung
2011-11-07 10:31:16
Belfast Hills?
Context of comment:I posted this comment to the general forum. Perhaps it would be better here:
I'm a bit baffled by the description of Cairngaver and Slievetrue as Belfast Hills while Cave Hill, Black Mountain, Squire's Hill and Carnmoney Hill do not seem to get a mention anywhere.They are considerably closer to Belfast and are higher and much more walked than the others. Cairngaver is also listed as being in Co Antrim when it is definitely in Co Down. Slievetrue would probably be better classed as one of the Antrim Hills.
Sorry it just seems odd that the most walked Belfast Hills do not get a mention anywhere on the site (unless I've missed something).
Message:Add Cave Hill, Black Mountain, Squires Hill and Carnmoney Hill to Belfast Hills. Remove Cairngaver and Slievetrue from Belfast Hills. List Cairngaver as being in Co.Down. List Slievetrue as being in the Antrim Hills.
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