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Amazing views from the summit. You can see Scotland, Lough Neagh, Belfast Lough, Strangford Lough, the Mourne mountains, Scrabo Tower...
Lovely place. Lots of different walks but need to wear proper clothing and footwear for some of them, as they are a bit wet
Lovely place to visit. Full of really nice views. Different paths available for different levels of fitnes. Only con is that u never know when the coffee place is or will be open.
It's amazing that this beautiful piece of countryside is so close to the city. It feels like another world. Great views over Belfast. Boarded walkways mean you avoid getting your feet stuck in boggy ground. In summer lark song follows you everywhere you go and the hills look resplendent.
A very good place for walking and viewing over Belfast. Fantastic views and lovely place for family picnic if the weather is lovely
Great loop walk with parking and a National Trust tearoom. Free parking to the left of the road or there is a National Trust park up the entrance lane behind the tearoom for members or to pay. Some of the signage is damaged or missing but it's pretty straightforward loop. There is a boardwalk called The Ridgeway which is actually a separate walk on its own so be prepared to walk an extra few miles if you decide to take this route. Both walks come back to the teashop. Great views out over the city and Lough Neagh. Great easy walk in a moorland/upland setting.
Very enjoyable walk beautiful scenery pleaseant people doing the same thing, wonderful. PS Please if you bring it with you bring it away with you. Eoghan West Belfast
A good selection of trails to walk with various lengths and difficulty. A beautiful view whichever trail you take however.
A gem on Belfast’s doorstep. Ten minuets from the M1 via Hannastown. Great views over Belfast and the North. Scotland is visible on a clear day.
Lovely walks, and despite overall elevation not too steep. Walks between 1 and 2.5 hours (can be combined), plus the short Lough trail. Feels like being out of the city. The summit and the ridge trail have both great views and are well maintained for walking (though the planks on the ridge trail can be slippery). The heath path is very boggy and probably best left for a dry period.
Beautiful landscape with 360 degree panoramic views of Northern Ireland if your prepared too make the 30 minute or so walk to the view point. You can see Scotland on a clear day. Fresh air green all around the occasional horse or cow up close. Ideal for joggers, bloggers and cyclists or just if you fancy a nice walk enjoy!