Best Trail Belfast Near Me

National Trust - Minnowburn Black Mountain Redburn Country Park Colin Glen River Entrance Lagan Valley Regional Park Bog Meadows Nature Reserve Falls Park Cave Hill Country Park National Trust Lisnabreeny Cregagh Glen Victoria Park National Trust - Lisnabreeny Cave Hill Cave Connswater Greenway Woodvale Park

1. National Trust - Minnowburn - Ballynahatty

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· 383 reviews

Edenderry Rd, Belfast, BT8 8LE, United Kingdom

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2. Black Mountain - Ballymagarry

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Divis Rd, Hannahstown, Belfast BT17 0NG, United Kingdom

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3. Redburn Country Park - Holywood

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· 392 reviews

Old Holywood Rd, Belfast, BT4 2HL, United Kingdom

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Redburn Country Park: what do users think?
michal majewski: Great place to have bit of walk great place to take dog or have good traning if youblike
Andrea Stefanik: Definitely one of my favourite places to walk. A short walk or a long one - a stroll or a hike -rejuvination or exploration - you find it all at Redburn!I prefer the walk from the carpark - lay-by at the Old Holywood Road - the steep start definitely warms you up. As you proceed further, forest opens and the view starts to captivate your attention.From here you may prefer to walk the less frequent 'in-forest' path - my dogs love all the smells, and there is a better protection from possible rain - you may choose hiking shoes after wett days - it will be muddy unless dry weather on previous days.This time of year - bluebell carpets are spreading widely - rightly enough to call it a fairy walk - reminding you that you are living on beautiful planet!The walk from the carpark close to to the Care Home at Old Holywood Road is more gentile for your lounges (unless you take the right hand side path - a killer challenge for your lungs!)The walk from Holywood cemetery - following the road leading right that turns into a lane will lead you to the Men's shed (definitely a fairy tale playground for little ones!)The walk from Jackson's Road is an option for the most leisure stroll - heading straight on the wide gravel path, and following the turn right will keep you on the lower part of the loop. At the junction - right - getting up to steeper part of the loop - left - getting down to Men's shed.You can easily walk the loop under an hour but if you don't know your way around, you can loose the bearings and your walk may take much longer.Anytime, from any starting point, with somebody or alone - this park will always share its magic! It is indeed magical!( afternoons are in general busier especially at weekends)
James Treacy: Tough climb to the top but the view is amazing.
Maureen Patterson: Sadly was visiting my family grave . A difficult time
Eddie J Carter: Great green space. But be warned you will be wrecked just getting up the first hill! Definitely recommend for kids, adults and dogs!Dog-friendliness: Great space to let the dog run about. Lots of bins for dog poop as well.
Rachel Lemon: Great views, worth the walk up
NegativePhil Productions: Quite challenging depending on your fitness level and choice of footwear.Some incredibly steep sections of the path lead to beautiful views over Belfast Lough and mountains.
Unexpected Amy: Beautiful park, amazing views, just be prepared for the steep hills! Totally worth it.
Lisa Marshall: Dog-friendliness: Country Park plenty of running space and lots of places to explore
John Thompson: I visited the park after 5 years, where has this quaint little bridge gone?
Deborah Magill: Nice walk, steep hills, beautiful view
John Scott: Good walk, followed the 5k route. There are some very steep parts. Stunning view over Belfast Lough.Dog-friendliness: Dogs off lead the whole route, plenty to sniff!
David: Lovely forest, quiet enough, access is quite steep.
Maurice Sheehan: Spent my childhood in these woods, Dunville house looking for ghosts. 👻
Jordan Lauder: Very lovely picturesque walk with the dogs interesting history and stunning views worth the walkPlayground: The have an interesting playground at the man shed part, i didn't visit as I don't have children and it's frowned upon but I would of enjoyed it as a child!!!Dog-friendliness: Great off lead walking spot for the dog lots of hills and things for them to have fun with.
Ciaran Connolly: Not as busy as many other well known parks / forests in and around Belfast. Some steep paths, but these can be avoided to stay on an easier route. Some great views of Belfast - was really quiet the day we were up and you can take a short walk or go for a longer distance. Most paths are not suitable for a buggy. You will pass the odd dog walker and runner - other than this super quiet. Nice site for a quiet walk. Good parking at key entry points.
Brian Shannon: Beautiful. Beware, sections are very steep and can be uneven with a loose surface.
Colin Carroll: Concerning@?!?!(Even the birds do not Sing)🤔
Dan Taylor: Pleasant low-effort hill walk
Graham Rainey: Redburn country park is a lovely forest to wander round for a while. The paths are well signposted but equally you can wander off the path too. There's little curiosities like the bear pit and the remains of the Dunville mansion. Adjacent to it is Nun's wood and overall it's just nice to wander round.Or take a picnic up to the top of the escarpment for the views out across Belfast Lough.
Gary Sanders: Great place for walking the dog and getting some head space 😏😏😏😏

4. Colin Glen River Entrance - Ballycullo

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· 1228 reviews

163 Stewartstown Rd, Dunmurry, Belfast BT17 0HW, United Kingdom

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5. Lagan Valley Regional Park - Upper Malone

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· 480 reviews

3 Lock Keepers Ln, Belfast, BT8 7XT, United Kingdom

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Lagan Valley Regional Park: what do users think?
Liz Cromie: Playground: Small playground suitable for toddlers as well as older childrenPicnic area: Could do with a few more picnic tables but nice enough
colin mcfarland: One of the best walks about do it almost every dayPlayground: Great park for kidsDog-friendliness: Always dog walkersPicnic area: Benches for food and bbq
David Taylor: 👍
alistair roberts: Lovely walk lots too do for all the family
Steve Hamilton: Great Park
Michele Godfrey: Beautiful in all seasons for all ages. Dog friendly, fee parking and a riverside cafe. What's not to love?
bridey cairns: We love here .. has the ducks .. big walks and the park 😁
John: It's a stunning park. Certain areas are well maintained and looked after like the towpath and Belvoir Forest.But others are not. Bits of it are under serious threat.Firstly from housing developers looking to make money near Annadale at the permanent expense of Badgers, foxes, bats, Kingfishers and many other species inhibiting meadows. These developers are only out for money and really don't give a toss about the environment when it comes down to it.Secondly the Lagan Meadows in particular has become a hotspot for general ASB (fires very commonplace). Certain young groups seem to have gotten the impression they can can trash the park with no consequences. These meadows are there for biodiversity, relaxing and walking only. Not raves, fires or parties.So be warned now. Parties/Raves/Fires involving alcohol at Lagan Meadows will be reported. There is strict signage at the entrances to the park saying no fires and no alcohol. People shouldn't need to be told to pick up their litter but look at my photos which I'll upload soon and you'll see why I have had to do so. It's absolutely disgusting.So much litter (cans and plastic) is being dropped I didn't have enough bags to pick it all up. I'd consider it fly tipping!It's also dangerous, the sharp metal cans and broken glass are there waiting to slice a dogs paw open. It's outrageous that this is being allowed in a public park. Will those that drop it be paying for the Vet bills?We don't have much nature, green spaces left in N.ireland and we need to be doing more to save this precious gem!If you see a party involving alcohol, fires, raves or underage drinking in Lagan Meadows. Report it to 101. The park is being destroyed by this ASB.
Wendy Donaldson: Just a fabulous spot. Beautiful walks and so peaceful.
Gerald Colan-O'Leary: A great venue for walks in the woods and towpath. A nice playground there too.
Leonard Reid: Just needs better parking
Wacek Gacek: Fantastic place
Amy Stewart: Lovely park that is well maintained, clean and safe. Great for cycling and walking. Canoeing on the river sometimes. Scenic views and birds.Restrooms: There are toilets at the visitors centre, where the Lock Keeper's Cafe is.Dog-friendliness: Dogs should be kept on a lead, but this a great park for dogs to run around and there's loads of grass and trees and the river to go for a splash in!Picnic area: There are a number of benches and picnic tables to stop at.
Robert Hannan: I love the towpath and Giant's Ring area & take the dog regularly. Only suggestion more bins
Michael Lynch: Go here regularly, enjoy walking along the river down to lock keepers, back up the other side of the river into the forest its always enjoyable. I avoid the lock keeps restaurant expensive and have ended up with a couple of tummy bugs eating there. When the kayaking people are there enjoy watching them.
Peter Burrows: Its a lovely place for a walk been going there since I was a kid & now im bringing my kids there.
Conor McCallion: The towpath is one of my favourite regular walks. So many different routes are available so you can have such a different experience each time you visit. Definitely worth a visit.
livethelife lively: Picnic area: Love it..
Stephen Ferguson: V cool spot
Paul Lavery: Great venue for a stroll
Matt Harron: Playground: Yes Public restrooms: No Off-leash dog area: Yes Picnic tables: Yes Barbecue grills: YesMore

6. Bog Meadows Nature Reserve - Ballymurphy

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444-448 Donegall Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HS, United Kingdom

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7. Falls Park - Ballymurphy

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8. Cave Hill Country Park - Ballyaghagan

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9. Treasure Trails - Town Parks

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10. National Trust Lisnabreeny Cregagh Glen - Ballymaconaghy

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· 226 reviews

A55 Upper Knockbreda Rd, Belfast, BT6 9QL, United Kingdom

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11. Victoria Park - Victoria Park

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4 Kyle St, Belfast, BT4 1LS, United Kingdom

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12. National Trust - Lisnabreeny - Lisnabreeny

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· 111 reviews

Manse Rd, Belfast, BT8 6SA, United Kingdom

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13. Cave Hill Cave - Greencastle

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· 389 reviews

Belfast, Newtownabbey, BT36 7PY, United Kingdom

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14. Connswater Greenway - Ballymacarret

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· 139 reviews

Conn's Water, Belfast, United Kingdom

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15. Woodvale Park - Edenderry

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Belfast, BT13 3HY

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