Everyone is welcome to our events, but please bear these important points in mind:

• Suitable clothing and footwear should be worn
• Dogs are allowed on some walks but only on a lead (please get in touch to check suitability)
• Some parts of walks can be steep or difficult
• The Belfast Hills Partnership promotes responsible countryside enjoyment and has published an Access Code

Spring Dander at Colin Glen Park

Join us for our first walk of the season along this wooded river valley. Depending on our winter we might see the first signs of spring. No booking required, meet at Colin Glen Centre, Stewartstown Road and please wear adequate…

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Carnmoney Hill Easter Fun Day

Join the Woodland Trust and complete their fun woodland trail and win an Easter egg!   Carnmoney Hill, Knockenagh Avenue, Newtownabbey.   Entry: £2 donation per child – all proceeds to the WoodlandTrust.   Suitable for: toddlers to early teens,…

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Litter Lift on Cave Hill

Join us to help lift rubbish on Cave Hill and make it more pleasant for everyone. Meet at the Castle.: For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357 or cormachamill47@gmail.com www.cavehillconservation.org

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History of Carr’s Glen

Henry Bell will lead a walk around the remains of mills and cottages in Carr’s Glen. Meet at Ballysillan Road entrance (just below Boys’ Model). For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357 or cormachamill47@gmail.com www.cavehillconservation.org

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Dawn Chorus in the Castle Grounds

John O’Boyle will lead a dander around the Park to hear and identify birds. Specially designed for early risers! Meet at Park gates at the top of Innisfayle Park. For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357 or cormachamill47@gmail.com …

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Wildflower Wander at Ballyaghagan

Karl Hamilton will guide us on a plant identification walk in the Nature Reserve at the back of the hill. Meet at the entrance at the         top of the  Upper Hightown Road. For further details: Cave…

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Bird Spotting on Cave Hill

Get up close and personal to some of our native birds. Licensed bird ringer Aidan Crean will catch, ring and release them and allow us to see them in beautiful detail. Meet at the Castle. For further details: Cave Hill…

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Summer Solstice Sunrise on Cave Hill Summit

Join Cormac Hamill for a very early walk to the top of Cave Hill to catch the sunrise on the shortest day. Meet at the Castle. For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357 or cormachamill47@gmail.com www.cavehillconservation.org

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Belfast Hills Heritage Festival

Join our annual celebration of fun activities and fascinating facts to bring the Hills alive. Activities will include walks, talks and wildlife, so watch this space for more details!

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Butterflies and Mini-beasts of Cave Hill

Find and examine some of our most ravishing wildlife in the company of Catherine Bertrand and learn some of the mysteries of their lives. Meet at the Castle. For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357 or cormachamill47@gmail.com www.cavehillconservation.org…

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Bats in the Castle Belfast Grounds

Aidan Crean will introduce us to these enchanting nocturnal animals during an evening dander to find them. Meet at the Castle. For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357 or cormachamill47@gmail.com www.cavehillconservation.org

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The History of Cave Hill

John Gray knows a lot of the history of Cave Hill and he will share this on a walk to McArt’s Fort near the top of the Hill. Meet at the Castle. For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on…

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Local Plantlore Around Cave Hill.

Phil Simpson has a fund of practical knowledge and plant lore. We’ll walk in his company to see what useful plants we can find. Meet at the Castle. For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357 or cormachamill47@gmail.com www.cavehillconservation.org

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The Fascinating Geology of Cave Hill Explained

Kirsty Lemon is an enthusiast for her geology profession and she will delight in explaining the geological origins of Cave Hill on this walk over the hill. Meet at the Castle. For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357…

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Ghostly Happenings in Belfast Castle

An evening in the Castle of spooky stories and ghoulish goings-on with a particular bias towards Cave Hill and its surroundings. Ticket  event. For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357 or cormachamill47@gmail.com www.cavehillconservation.org

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Evening Walk Under the Heavens at Cave Hill

This will be moonless and if the weather is kind, we should be treated to a great view of the heavens. Meet at the Castle ..  For further details: Cave Hill Conservation Campaign on 02890291357 or cormachamill47@gmail.com www.cavehillconservation.org  

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