We’ve discovered the perfect little getaway. It’s a little green hut on the Craignish peninsular with big windows and sweeping views. Perched above the sea with views to a constellation of islands, it sits sheltered by a stand of crooked larches.
Distance: 5 miles
Height Gain: 100m
Difficulty of terrain: fine, if a bit boggy in places
Route-finding: challenging at times
This beautiful, low-level walk is a great alternative to the mountains of Glen Coe when the cloud is low, or an easier option.
For a stop on the way, the Cafe at Inveruglass, has expensive coffee but we get a take-away, sit on a bench surrounded by blaeberry and heather and drink in the divine views. Continue reading
When travelling north from Glasgow, this solitary rowan tree signals the last part of the journey to Cuil: Continue reading