Divis and the Black Mountain

Important notice -

If our car parks are full, please come back another time. It's not safe to park on the road as it prevents access for emergency services and local communities. Please follow social distancing guidance.

Divis and the Black Mountain offers a spectacular viewpoint for walkers seeking panoramic views over Belfast and beyond

Divis Shuttle Bus Route Map

New pilot bus route to Divis

Jump on board the shuttle to/from the National Trust coffee shop at Divis. This free pilot service will run from 2 July to 29 August on Friday, Saturday and Sunday only. Main pickup points: Glencolin Terminus (beside Saint Oliver Plunkett Primary School) from 09:30 and half past every hour until 16:30. Black’s Road P&R then to Colin Connect from 10:00 and on the hour every hour until 17:00. From Divis Mountain Coffee Shop every 45 mins with last service at 17:25. Costs of this trial are being covered by the National Trust, donations are welcome and will be used to help us look after Divis and the Black Mountain. Text DIVIS to 70525 and donate £5.

Divis and the Black Mountain

Things to see and do 

Plan your visit

Walking on Divis and the Black Mountain

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


Divis and the Black Mountain

Our work

Divis Street Art team with artists DMC and EMIC

A burst of colour, street art and an old Nissen Hut 

Our Belfast team recently collaborated with a group of Belfast youths from the Prince’s Trust and two established street artists from Seedhead Arts known as DMC and EMIC. The aim of this collaborative project was to develop a creative response to our connection with the outdoors.