Cavehill Abseil

14 September 2013

Cavehill Abseil

New for 2013

Join us this September for their first ever abseil down one of Belfast’s most iconic landmarks Cavehill. 

Cavehill is historically known as Ben Madigan and is distinguished by its famous Napoleon Nose, a basaltic outcrop which resembles the profile of the famous emperor Napoleon. Cavehill rises to almost 370 metres (1200ft) above sea level.  

All of Belfast can be seen from its peak and on a clear day you can see the Isle of Man and Scotland. Cavehill lies just a few miles from the centre of Belfast so all abseilers will be charmed by the views.  
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