Loch Muick Circuit

Loch Muick Circuit This low level circular walk starts from the Spittal of Glen Muick car park. There’s an informative visitor centre here, which also sells refreshments, so with a promise of an icelolly at the end of the walk, we were soon under way. We decided to do the walk in an anti-clockwise direction, so kept to the left […]

Bone Caves Inchnadamph Walking with a Toddler

Bone Caves, Assynt

Bone Caves, Assynt The Bone Caves are located in the limestone cliffs of Creag nan Uamh where bones of various animal bones including lynx, arctic foxes and polar bear dating back some 47,000 years were found. It is a fairly easy low level walk but the last uphill stretch to the caves is short but steep […]

Garvie Bay

Garvie Bay, Assynt

Garvie Bay, Assynt Garvie Bay is a secluded little bay with a sandy beach, great crabbing and mountain views. Limited parking spaces can be found near the cattle grid on the single track road with passing places past Stac Pollaidh. The short walk to the bay is easy to follow, but can be muddy or boggy in […]


Loch Lee and Falls of Unich walk, Glen Esk

Loch Lee and Falls of Unich walk, Glen Esk This low-level day walk follows a really good track, passing ruins, lochs, lots of wildlife until we reached the turning for Falls of Unich. We did it as a there and back walk, simply retrace your steps from the Falls back to the carpark if you’re not carrying […]