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Divis and Black Mountain Sponsored Walk

AccessAbility Project Sponsored Walk

Registration Fee: £25 and suggested minimum sponsorship £25

Sunday 19th May, 2019 at 2pm

How do you fancy putting on your boots and challenging yourself to take part in a 5 mile circular walk up Divis and Black Mountain. The trail is gravel and stone and takes you towards the large Divis transmitter masts, turning right across the wooden boardwalk and onward to the summit of the Black Mountain, which is marked by a trigonometry pillar. Follow the trail crossing two stiles and onwards to the Collin River wooden bridge for return. Belfast’s most spectacular viewpoint and on a clear day, Scotland, the Isle of Man and Cumbria are also visible. The stone paving you are walking on comes from County Clare, Ireland. The AccessAbilty Project at Belfast Activitiy Centre provides an equality of "Access" and opportunity with a strong focus on "Ability" over disability to engage young people with disabilities to participate fully in as many sporting activities as possible. This is an opportunity for you to help raise some funding to support the programme.

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AccessAbility Project Sponsored Walk

Registration Fee: £25 and suggested minimum sponsorship £25

Sunday 19th May, 2019 at 2pm

How do you fancy putting on your boots and challenging yourself to take part in a 5 mile circular walk up Divis and Black Mountain. The trail is gravel and stone and takes you towards the large Divis transmitter masts, turning right across the wooden boardwalk and onward to the summit of the Black Mountain, which is marked by a trigonometry pillar. Follow the trail crossing two stiles and onwards to the Collin River wooden bridge for return. Belfast’s most spectacular viewpoint and on a clear day, Scotland, the Isle of Man and Cumbria are also visible. The stone paving you are walking on comes from County Clare, Ireland. The AccessAbilty Project at Belfast Activitiy Centre provides an equality of "Access" and opportunity with a strong focus on "Ability" over disability to engage young people with disabilities to participate fully in as many sporting activities as possible. This is an opportunity for you to help raise some funding to support the programme.