This guide describes 34 mountain walks in Scotland's far-west peninsula - including Morvern, Ardnamurchan and Ardgour - and on the island of Mull. Mull, Scotland's third largest isle, and for bard Dugold MacPhail 'Of Isles the Fairest', has something for everyone. Those with interests in archaeology, geology and history will be captivated; naturalists will be fascinated by its flora and fauna; but its universal magic is tranquility, while affording you all the joys of walking in the great outdoors. Across the narrow Sound of Mull, lies Morvern with Ardgour and Ardnamurchan. Here the enchantment continues to develop. At its farthest reaches, approached by a narrow road meandering through the finest scenery, is the most westerly part of the British mainland, Ardnamurchan Point. The allure of Mull, Morvern, Ardnamurchan and Ardgour is outstanding, and once you have seen them, you will want to visit Scotland's far west time after time.
Preface General Information The Isle of Mull Walks in north Mull based on Tobermory Walk 1 Ardmore Point Walk 2 Glengorm Castle to Dervaig Walk 3 Croig to Caliach Point Walk 4 B8073 (near Calgary) to Kilninian Walk 5 Treshnish Headland Walk 6 Torr to Aros Walk 7 Mull Coast to Coast Walks in central Mull based on Craignure Walk 8 Ulva Walk 9 Mackinnon's Cave Walk 10 Ben More Walk 11 Loch Ba to Glen More Walk 12 Dun da Ghaoithe Ridge Walk 13 Lochbuie to Carsaig Walks in south Mull based on Bunessan Walk 14 Carsaig Arches Walk 15 MacCulloch's Fossil Tree Iona Walk 16A Iona Walk 16B Iona Morvern, Ardgour, Sunart and Ardnamurchan Walks based on Lochaline Walk 1 Ardtornish Point Walk 2 Achranich to Loch Tearnait Walk 3 Drimnin to Loch Teacuis Walk 4 Loch Teacuis to Laudale Walks based on Strontian Walk 5 Glen Gour Walk 6 Coire an lubhair Walk 7 Meall a' Chuilinn Walk 8 Sgurr Dhomhnuill Walk 9 Druim Garbh Ridge Walk 10 Beinn Resipol from Ben View Hotel Walk 11 Doilet from Ben View Hotel Walk 12 Beinn Resipol from Resipole Walks based on Salen Walk 13 Acharacle to Glenborrodale Walk 14 Ben Laga Walk 15 Blain Circular Walk 16 Kentra Bay to Ockle - the 'Singing Sands' Walk 17 Fascadale to the Lighthouse Walk 18 Ben Hiant Bibliography Appendices Appendix 1: Place Names Appendix 2: Useful Addresses Appendix 3: Public Rights of Way
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Denis Brook and Phil Hinchliffe were born and educated in Huddersfield. Both became electrical engineers, Phil working for the BBC and Denis lecturing at Huddersfield Polytechnic. Now retired, they are active walkers who have done several long distance walks in Britain, treks in Nepal and Peru and made ascents of Mt Kenya and Kilimanjaro.