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Cave Hill Country Park Cave Hill Antrim Road/Innisfayle Park
Tel : 07920 187643
Cave Hill, one of the most familiar and visible landmarks of Belfast.
Cave Hill Country Park gets its name from five caves - which could be early iron mines - located on the side of the main Belfast cliffs.
Visitors to Cave Hill Country Park can enjoy panoramic views across Belfast City from vantage points on the hillside.
There are also waymarked trails which are suitable for casual walkers or serious ramblers.
Immersive image 1. Devil's PunchbowlA local name for this steep-sided depression in the ground.
Immersive image 2. McArt's FortA former defensive fort built on the promontory at the front of Cave Hill. Little remains today of the original fort, although the moat that once surrounded it can still be distinguished.
I live off the cavehill road in a street called henderson avenue, ive lived here all my life and have been up the cave hill countless times, nothing beats standing at the napolian's nose on a good day looking over belfast. Cant beat it!
Oct.14/10/2012.I have just read the comment's of my son, which did bring tear's to my eye's, in all these year's I never realized how strongly he felt about the old country, we came out as my son stated, in 1973, to start a new life, one that was free from hatred, which is the wrong environment for bringing up children,...it was by chance that I came across his comment, searching the Internet.....
Cave hill is awesome I enjoyed going in the cave
i climed cave hill yestudray I LOVED IT !!!!!1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111 I WENT INSIDE THE CAVE HEHE
I HATE CAVEHILL! i was supposed to have a nice relaxing sleepover but my friends mum decided to get us active and take us on a walk on the cavehill!!
I LOVE it!
I am 12 and even now i am finding it intresting when walking around the Cavehill.I really enjoy a chance of getting a real feel for nature.I find it exciting looking out for the wild rabbits . I am one of many children who enjoy visiting the Cavehill.
I live here close by and can come up here when I want to get close to nature and always marvel at the beauty we have on our own doorstep (so to say) who needs to travel far to have breath taking views like this? Proud to be from Northern ireland
I climbed up to the cave with my brother back in 2007, spectacular view of Belfast! The cliffs of northern Ireland are just unbelievable! I hope to visit again soon to see more of family and Ireland!
I was lucky enough to climb Cave Hill with two of my cousins in 2007. It was an amazing view and the commentary from both these great men was wonderful. Don't think I could do it again though.... it definity was a memorable time.
Ashamed to say yesterday was my first visit to the Cave Hill Country Park, but my (English) fiance is keen to see all the interesting places here! It was well worth the climb for the great views!
I left Nth.Ireland in 1973 & moved to Melbourne with family as a 7 yr old. But i still have fond memories of Cave Hill. I lived nearby in Rathcoole & hope to someday bring my 7yr old daughter over for a visit to where dad was born. I certainly miss the"green grass of home" at times. 36 years in Australia, but you never forget where you were born. McArt's Fort images brought a little tear to the eye. Absolutely beautiful.
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