Druimindarroch to Fort

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The coastline of the Sound of Arisaig offers the visitor exceptional views towards the island of Muck, Eigg and Rhum. This part of the country is steeped in traditions and associations with Bonnie Prince Charlie and the route passes a cave associated with one of the many hiding-places of Bonnie Prince Charlie before he set off for Skye. Indeed, not too far away just off the main road, is a cairn dedicated to that very event. If you stop at the cairn there is ample parking space but move a little further west and take the time to do this splendid route - great for kids - super in wellies because you can cross the river and beachcomb as you return to the start.

Scotland - Highlands and Islands - Highland - Lochaber

Features

Ancient Monument, Good for Kids, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Sea
21/09/2006 - Walkingworld Administrator

If concerned about ticks please read our article:

http://www.walkingworld.com/home/index.asp?id=2&nid=499

16/09/2006 - kristine kellermann

This is a really lovely walk we did in July 2006, but beware of the ticks there! We threw ourselves into the sea in the end-it was a hot day- to get rid of dozens of the wee beasties.