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Cicerone Guides: Walking on the Isle of Mull: Mull, Ulva, Gometra, Iona and Erraid

Walking / Outdoor Guide

Series: Cicerone Guides

By: Terry Marsh(Author)

206 pages, colour photos, colour maps

Cicerone Press

Paperback | waterproof PVC cover | Jan 2011 [2014 reprint] | #187300 | ISBN-13: 9781852845957
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About this book

The Isle of Mull is rugged, in many parts untamed and trackless, and everywhere it offers walkers of all abilities something special. That wildness also makes Mull, and its outlying islands, outstanding places to spot creatures such as eagles, otters, dolphins and porpoises.

The routes in this new guide range from 5 to 22 km (3 to 14 miles) and from short circuits close to civilisation to truly remote and demanding mountain treks.

- 47 walks right across Mull and also on Ulva, Gometra, Iona and Erraid
- illustrated step-by-step with colour OS mapping
- packed with information about the islands’ history and their much-studied and endlessly fascinating geology

This is the 2014 reprint, which features minor updates.



Plants and wildlife           
When to go           
How to get there           
Getting around           
Using this guide           
Access in Scotland           

1 NORTH MULL           

1.1 Tobermory and Aros Park           
1.2 Rubha nan Gall           
1.3 Ardmore           
1.4 Glengorm Castle and Dùn Ara           
1.5 Loch an Torr and Glen Gorm           
1.6 Quinish Point and Mingary Aird           
1.7 Quinish, Glen Gorm and Ardmore           
1.8 ‘S Airde Beinn and Crater Loch           
1.9 Calgary Bay and Caliach Point           
1.10 Treshnish           
1.11 Beinn na Drise and Beinn Bhuidhe           
1.12  Loch Frisa           
1.13 Speinne Mòr           
1.14 Salen and Cnoc na Sróine Hill Fort           
1.15 Mull Coast to Coast: Salen to Killiechronan           
1.16 Glen Aros           
2 CENTRAL MULL           

2.1 Garmony Point and Fishnish           
2.2 Glen Forsa           
2.3 Beinn nan Lus and Beinn Bhuidhe           
2.4 Beinn Talaidh           
2.5 Loch Ba           
2.6 Glen More to Loch Ba           
2.7 Corra-bheinn and Cruachan Dearg           
2.8 Beinn nan Gabhar and Beinn Fhada           
2.9 Ben More from Dhiseig           
2.10 A’ Chioch and Ben More via Gleann na Beinne Fada           
2.11 A’ Chioch and Ben More from Glen More           
2.12 The Fossil Tree           
2.13 Druim Mòr and Torosay           
2.14 Dùn da Ghaoithe           
2.15 Dùn da Ghaoithe Ridge           
3 ROSS OF MULL           

3.1 Gualachaolish and Carn Ban           
3.2 Glen More to Lochbuie           
3.3 Lochbuie to Carsaig           
3.4 Carsaig Arches           
3.5 Ardalanish           
3.6 Tireragan and Tràigh Gheal           
3.7 Ardtun           
4 THE ISLANDS           

Ulva and Gometra

4.1 Livingstone Croft Trail           
4.2 Ormaig and Cragaig           
4.3 Beinn Chreagach           
4.4 Round Ulva           
4.5 Gometra           


4.6 Dun I           
4.7 A northerly circuit           
4.8 Port na Curaich           


4.9 Erraid           

APPENDIX 1 Essential and supplementary reading          
APPENDIX 2 Glossary of Gaelic words          
APPENDIX 3 Useful information and contact details          

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Terry Marsh is a well-known outdoor writer. As a leading light in the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild, he has written extensively about Scotland's national parks. He is the author of many Cicerone guides, including The Isle of Skye.

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