The Ross of Mull peninsula and Iona
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Ardtun—Fossil Leaf Beds and Columnar
An easy short coastal walk below and above
basalt cliffs with interesting geology and spectacular views. Ground tending to
be wet and slippery, good waterproof walking boots required.
Camas Tuath (North
short walk across open moor land on the Ross of Mull to a narrow bay. A
bonnie quiet spot with historic cottages.
long walk below the dramatic Carsaig Cliffs taking in the spectacular
sea views, cliffs and varying wildlife arriving at the natural basalt arches
of Malcolm's Point, another geological wonder of Mull.
excursion to the tidal island lying just off the south west corner of the
Ross of Mull. It has historical connections with the relatives of the
famous writer Robert Louis Stevenson, who was part of the 'Stevenson
lighthouse family' and who was best known for his adventure story entitled
The North Walk - Nunnery, Iona Abbey, Dun I & Beaches
A gentle walk visiting some of the historical sites
as well as enjoying some of the most beautiful powder white sandy
beaches in the world.
I Chalium Cille - The Isle of Columcille - St. Columba
A more strenuous walk for the more fitter amongst you
across the machair on to the south west side and over to Columba's
& Beach / Scoor & Shiaba
day out exploring the southern cost of the Ross of Mull. Grand cliff top
views, remote beaches, and an abandoned highland township.
Kintra (gaelic for “end of the beach”) a walk to
Braighcreich ( top end of Creich )
A short easy walk to a peaceful valley and deserted island
township. Waterproof boots recommended.
Standing Stones, Moy Castle and Laggan Sands
Combine a day out with a drive to Loch Buie
and two short walks and a longer walk to the Standing Stones
and the Maclaine stronghold of Moy Castle in the scenic and historic glen of Lochbuie
plus a longer walk to Laggan Sands. All three walks are in the setting of the magnificent backdrop
of Ben Buie.
Fionnphort Beach -
Tormore Pier - Tormore Quarry
short rugged coastal walk along the scenic Iona Sand. Enjoy stunning
seascapes and views to Iona and Abbey and explore the history of the
Burg and Fossil Tree
A 10 mile all day excursion
equipped with proper footwear
John & Jane Noddings
Seaview Bed & Breakfast, Fionnphort, Isle of Mull, Argyll, Scotland,
United Kingdom PA66
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