Greshornish Point

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Length: 6 km (3.75 miles) Time: 2 – 3 hours Terrain: Grassy paths, which can be very boggy in paces, and heather slopes. The path is rugged with a fair amount of up and down as it follows the coastline. Summary: The Greshornish Peninsular is a spectacular but rugged outcrop of land jutting into Loch

Score Horan or Beinn an Sguirr cliffs

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Distance: 5km (3 miles) Time: 2 – 3 hours Terrain: Forestry tracks and moorland path which can be wet underfoot. Steep cliff edges mean care should be taken. One steep downhill section. Summary: This circular walk takes you to along the dramatic escarpment of Beinn an Sguirr, where Golden Eagles can often be seen riding

Trumpan, Waternish Point and Geary circuit

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Distance: 21.5 km (13.5 miles) Time: 6 – 8 hours Terrain: Straightforward walking to Waternish Point; much tougher and very challenging return walk across pathless ground with bogs, knee deep heather and some steep slopes above cliffs, before the finish on minor roads. Summary: A challenging circuit of Waternish Point with plenty of interest and

Waternish Point

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Distance: 13.5 km (8.5 miles) Time: 3 – 5 hours Terrain: Most of the approach walk is on a good track, boggy in places. The final approach to the headland is over pathless but fairly dry ground. Summary: Waternish Point is a wild but beautiful spot with wonderful sea views. In the summer months, it