Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 30 August 2014

Wild berries hunt on Cavehill

The bilberries are ripe on the top of Cavehill — and this evening you can join the harvest.

The Belfast Hills Partnership has organised a walk to the top of the hill to eat these delicious wild berries that have been ripening all summer despite the rain.

The walk takes place at Cavehill Country Park's Upper Hightown Road car park from 7-9pm.

Participants are asked to wrap up warm, wear sturdy walking boots and bring drinking water. Price £1 for adults. Children go free. Not suitable for very small children due to the walk which can be steep in places.

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