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Cave hill 111

Cave hill 111Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
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Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 7182   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

Cave hill 112

Cave hill 112Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
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Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 6927   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

Cave hill 113

Cave hill 113Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
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Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 6911   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

Cave hill 114

Cave hill 114Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
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Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 6824   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

Cave hill 115

Cave hill 115Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
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Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 7200   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

Cave hill 116

Cave hill 116Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
Submitter :webmaster - More Photos from webmaster
Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 6836   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

Cave hill 117

Cave hill 117Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
Submitter :webmaster - More Photos from webmaster
Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 7404   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

Cave hill 118

Cave hill 118Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
Submitter :webmaster - More Photos from webmaster
Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 7190   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

Cave hill 119

Cave hill 119Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
Submitter :webmaster - More Photos from webmaster
Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 6884   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

Cave hill 120

Cave hill 120Popular
Description: Belfast July 2006,

Cave Hill,
Belfast Castle
Napoleon's nose
Port of belfast
Belfast Harbour


About the Cave Hill
The Cave Hill dominates the skyline on the northern edge of Belfast. It stretches from Hazelwood in the north to Carr's Glen in the south. Most of its lower east side is comprised of the Belfast Castle Estate. The Cave Hill rises to almost 370 metres (1,200 feet) above sea level and offers superb panoramic views over Belfast and the surrounding areas. (For comparison, Slieve Donard is about 2,800 feet, Mount Snowdon is 3,560, Ben Nevis is about 4,400, Mont Blanc is 15,800 and Mount Everest about 29,000.) To the east is Belfast Lough and the North Down peninsula. To the south lie the Mourne Mountains. To the north and west lie the Antrim hills and the Sperrins. Roughly 25 miles to the north-east lies the Mull of Galloway on the south-west tip of Scotland. This is a view of McArt's Fort from the north

The Belfast Hills range over four local authority areas, namely Antrim, Newtownabbey, Belfast and Lisburn. Only Cave Hill and Collin Glen have public park status
Submitter :webmaster - More Photos from webmaster
Last Update: 2006/8/14 16:07   Hits: 9042   Comments: 0  

Category Cave hill

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