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This is two miles with a few short hills. Good for families. Well signposted. Start at the station.
Chance to see the wildlife and shoreline
Wellies or walking shoes recommended.
Part of Scottish National Trust
Very quiet, we saw only a few other walkers.
if you enjoy walking on a variety of terrain, this is for you.
It was easy to navigate and had no interference from land owners etc.
Plenty of places of interest to stop and enjoy.
Plenty of places to stop for bites and drinks.
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The walk starts from...More