Ben Geary.

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A walk up Ben Geary This walk up Ben Geary is a lovely local walk giving extensive views to the East and the West of Waternish. Location: Head to Geary – What Three Words ( scarecrow.little.student) PARKING: To access the walk go to the gate just above Knockbreck Primary School.  It is possible for a

Greshornish & Waternish Forests Walk

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Summary (NB There is harvesting work till end of 2022. See Facebook post for details  Greshornish and Waternish Forests Walk is basically a one way (or there and back) walk through the forests of Greshornish and Waternish. Winding its way through the forest, the undulating track offers great views of the Trotternish Ridge and  Uig to

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

Sgorr Horan or Beinn an Sguirr cliffs

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(NB There is presently forestry harvesting happening in the area, which does not close the walk but please see info in Facebook post)  Summary:This circular walk takes you along the dramatic escarpment of Beinn an Sguirr, where Golden and Sea Eagles can often be seen riding the thermals or perched on the inaccessible crags. At

The Shore at Carnach

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Just a stroll To access the Shore at Carnach: on the B886 (which goes from Fairy Bridge to Trumpan) head to Halistra, go past the turning to Geary on the right. Shortly after this is a left hand turn for Cranach. This is an even more minor road. Continue to the bottom. This is deemed

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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Summary:  Waternish Point is a wild but beautiful spot with wonderful sea views. In the summer months, it is an excellent place to see whales and dolphins as they feed in the turbulent waters off the point. This walk is generally level and easy to follow, first on a clear track but then a short