Divis Mountain Hospice Walk

  • Divis Mountain
  • 9am-1pm

Help us celebrate 40 years of specialist palliative care

Step out with family, friends or work colleagues and join us on 1st April 2023 for our Divis Mountain Hospice Walk!

Taking place as we mark 40 years of specialist palliative care in Northern Ireland, we’re celebrating life and all its beauty whilst supporting our continued care work with Walks across Northern Ireland. 

Whether you’re walking in memory of a loved one who has passed away, in support of someone who has received care from Hospice or to simply celebrate the joy of life, we’d love you to join us at the starting line.  


The Route

This year, we will be offering walkers once again the option to avail of two amazing Walk Trails; The Summit Trail or the Ridge Trail! 

The 5K Summit Trail takes you along the Tipperary Road through open heath and blanket bog following a way marked trail to the highest peak in the Belfast Hills, Divis Mountain and allows walkers to experience panoramic views of Lough Neagh, the Mourne Mountains and Strangford Lough 

The 10K Ridge Trail is slightly longer and allows walkers to enjoy 180-degree views across the city and further afield. Take in the Antrim Plateau to the north, Scotland to the east and the Mourne Mountains to the south.

How can I register?

Registration for the Divis Mountain Hospice Walk is FREE. Simply register below and we'll send you a Hospice T-shirt, a pin-on label to let people know who you are walking in memory or support of; and a fundraising pack to help you raise as much vital funds as possible.

Each participant is being challenged to raise a sponsorship target of £100 to help Hospice care for families across Northern Ireland. If you raise £100 or more, you'll also receive a branded eco-friendly water bottle. 

In order for our Divis Mountain Hospice Walk to be viable, a minimum sign-up target of at least 150 participants is required. 


Register today for the Divis Mountain Hospice Walk!

If you can’t make it to the Hospice Celebration Walks or if you fancy an extra challenge, you can step up for a DIY Walk of 40,000 steps, to help mark 40 Years of care at Northern Ireland Hospice.

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