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We walked across the harbour and took the footpath up to the cliffs. The views are amazing, there are several blow holes within the rock formations. Our visit was on a calm sunny day but I would say in rougher weather lots of care would...More
There's not much to do in Scrabster, so you might as well stretch your legs and sea some BEAUTIFUL cliff formations. We walked past the lighthouse and continued on the path through all the sheep pastures til we got to the rock formations and cliffs....More
If you like wild coasts and cliffs this attraction is for you!
Path is easy, but you should wear waterproof shoes because there is some muddy terrain. If you just walk you can do it in 90 minutes. But, of course, you don't want to...More
The light House is now a private dwelling, but you can park at scrabster and walk along the tarmac road to gate by the light house. good views of harbour, and if a walker take path by side of light house out to the headlanfd...More
The lighthouse built in 1862 by the family of Robert Louis Stevenson is the first stop in a walk to Holborn Head and vistas of offshore seastacks, other geological formations, and birds galore. You will also pass a memorial cairn celebrating those Scotsmen who went...More
Response from Deborah C | Reviewed this property |
Are you sure this is the hike included in your excursion? That would seem super odd to me - this is a teeny tiny little “off the beaten path” hike that goes past the lighthouse onto what is most likely private land, over... More
Are you sure this is the hike included in your excursion? That would seem super odd to me - this is a teeny tiny little “off the beaten path” hike that goes past the lighthouse onto what is most likely private land, over some fences and through some pastures. I don’t get the sense at all that many people find or take this hike, much less organized cruise excursions. That being said, the hike itself isn’t super scary or right along the cliff edge unless you walk close to it for the view.