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Type de chemin
Consignes de sécurité
The start of this route follows the main road for approximately 1km. There is no pavement here so please take care and walk on the right-hand side of the road facing any oncoming vehicles - take to the grass verge whenever possible.
When passing through the forest on tracks remember that large vehicles may be using them at times so always find a safe spot to give way and let them pass with plenty of room.
Conseils et recommandations supplémentaires
Points of interest
Isle of Gigha
From Taylinloan there are great views of Gigha and there's the possibiltity of taking a boat trip to the island from the village pier. Gigha is a low-lying island with an interesting history, unspoiled scenery and a coastline around 30 miles long. It has an abundance of wildlife including seabirds, dolphins, seals and otters. Creag Bhan is the highest point on the island at only 100m (330ft) but offers walkers amazing panoramic views across to Jura, Islay, Rathlin Island, Northern Ireland, the Mull of Kintyre and Arran. Ferries take only 20 minutes to cross the Sound of Gigha and leave regulary throughout the day from Tayinloan pier.
Food & Drink
There is a Post Office and Store in Tayinloan then nothing until you reach Carradale so make sure to stock up on provisions before leaving Tayinloan. Make sure to bring plenty of food and water with you for the day. On reaching Carradale you'll find it has a Paterson's Bakery and a Post Office along with a couple of hotels serving food - the Carradale Hotel and Ashbank Hotel.