Divis and the Black Mountain

Important notice -

All our houses, gardens, parks, toilets, cafes and shops are now closed to further restrict the spread of coronavirus. Divis and the Black Mountain is closed. Please do not travel here.

Divis and the Black Mountain offer spectacular views across Northern Ireland

Divis and the Black Mountain

Things to see and do 

Walking on Divis and the Black Mountain

A white veined butterfly rests on Devil's Bit Scabious

The Lough Trail 

Gentle circular route that leads you across the open hills on a wide, flat and gently sloping path. Lough Neagh, the Sperrins and further afield can be viewed on a clear day.

View of Divis peak

The Heath Trail 

Explore the Heath Trail. The highest peak in the Belfast Hills, Divis is 276m/1,526ft - and the best bit about the trail is that you get to enjoy the amazing views without having to climb much height.

The Divis ridge trail view across Belfast

Divis and the Black Mountain Ranger Run, Belfast 

See the rich landscape and enjoy 180-degree views across the city and further afield.

Divis and the Black Mountain

What's on 

Upcoming events

Sorry, there are no upcoming events at this place.

Divis and the Black Mountain

Wildlife

A white veined butterfly rests on Devil's Bit Scabious

Discover rare species 

The mountains contain a mosaic of grassland heath and bog, habitats which support a varied and distinctive range of flora and fauna.

Divis and the Black Mountain

Get involved

View over Belfast towards the lough from the summit of Divis

Be inspired 

What does this place mean to you? Are you inspired to write songs about it? Does it symbolise peace and tranquillity to you? Have you created any special memories here? Have you captured the amazing beauty of the place? We know that Divis and the Black Mountain means different things to different people. Here you will find a collection of stories about peoples special connections with Divis and the Black Mountain.