Ardmore Bay: Isle of Mull

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Wherever you go on Mull there are extensive views of hills and islands and this walk is no exception. The early part is through spruce forest, later opening out to give beautiful views to Coll and Ardnamurchan. Ardmore Bay is a good picnic site; and there is a clean, well-kept wooden bothy in case of a shower.

Scotland - Central Scotland - Argyll and Bute - Mull


Ancient Monument, Birds, Good for Kids, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Mountains, Sea, Wildlife, Woodland
9/8/2013 - Bevis Peters

As of sept 2013 much of the woodland along the walk has been felled. The directions are probably still valid, but we didn't go far into it since the place looked like a bombsite!

9/8/2013 - Bevis Peters

As of Sept 2013, some of the woodland has been worked, so that a few of the way points are a little different, but that is of little consequence since it's a straightforward and obviously marked route. At 3 you can turn off to the right and follow the obvious track to the headland, ending in an automated lighthouse right at the end, with views across the sea, then either come back to 3 again to continue on, or go around the shoreline, but be aware that means struggling over rocks; it's not a simple option.