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Peter Walker: Track 2492 in area near Belfast Hills (Ireland)
Divis Ridge Trail
Length: 8.2km, Creator time taken: 1h 1m, Ascent: 86m,
Descent: 87m

Places: Start at J27592 74499, end at J27116 74386 489m W from Start
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This track shows the National Trust's recently opened Ridge Trail on Divis, which meanders along duckboards, paving and gravel paths (all very easy going) around (but not really along, to be honest) the ridge of Black Hill to the top of Black Mountain; the views over the city are very fine (in so much as Belfast can look aesthetic from any angle...just concentrate on the view down Belfast Lough).

According to the Chief Exec of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board, Divis is 'one of Belfast's hidden gems'. Erm...you can see it from practically everywhere in the city. 'Coming, ready or not! Oh, you're right there...'

Uploaded on: Sun, 20 Apr 2014 (18:22:25)
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