We shell first say that we have not been at the top of the top of this mountain, but through a bus tour has been coming up a bit on the mountain on one side and enjoy the stunning views of the city. The mountain is somewhat reminiscent of Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa; In both cases, you...
The National Trust have worked wonders laying trails across the mountain which can be walked at any time if the year as they are tarmac. Belfast isn't a particularly pretty city from above but the panoramic views are good. The car park from which all trails begin is only accessible by car unfortunately. In summer months there is a cafe...
Just had a very 3 hour hike on Divis Mountain with an 8,7 and 5 year old. Stunning views took it at a comfortable.pace. Kids lovecd the panoramic view spoting familiar sights. Kids play a lot of sport so.very fit.h
The ridge walk provides stunning views of Belfast and the surrounding countryside. Make sure to bring sturdy shoes and wrap up as even on sunny days it can be quite windy up there, well worth a visit in you're nearby.
First time walking on Divis. Our group consisted of adults and children, we were able to walk at our own pace in safety. Good path for most of walk to summit with great views.
Pity there is no seating at top to rest your legs and enjoy the views for another while.
The cafe is closed which was a shame...
The views are unreal, stunning. It allows you to look into Belfast and see the potential that this awesome city has. On a Clear day, you will struggle to beat it. The wildlife and nature around you reminds you of how small we all are in this little world.