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... says that when lost, always turn left. He's still here so we turned left and were soon amongst tall whispering pines. Whispering- all right. Pic 11. I was suddenly and chillingly reminded of that NZ Documentary about the Kiwi guy with the ring and the Ents he encountered. We hurried on sometimes unable to distinguish rocks from stumps. Pic 12. There was a rock formation that looked more like wood stacked for winter. Pic 13. Suddenly the Two Churches ...
... and the Skye Bridge to the island of Skye, in the Inner Hebrides. Drove north, looking at coastal (Loch Alsch) and inland scenery, to Portree, the principal town. After a beautiful sunny day, the sky turned dark and rain set in, on and off, as we drove. Skye not as dramatic as I had imagined; more rolling rounded mountains and cliffs falling to the sea. Found a camp overlooking the sea, 150 metres above the ...
... a prison in the 1600s. Reached Ullapool, where we had lunch in the ferry car park. There are regular ferries to the Orkney Islands - next time. We reached Corrieshalloch Gorge (Ugly Hollow) a canyon 18 metres wide and 61 metres deep, where the Measach Falls tumble 46 metres down the gorge and the Victorian Suspension Bridge built in 1867 wobbles as you cross it! Then ...
... a memorial in Glenfinnan, on the shore of Loch Sheil. Glenfinnan Viaduct is an easy walk across the road and made famous in the Harry Potter movies as the Hogwarts train steamed across it on the way to school. Harry and Ron got a bird's eye view from their flying car! Our last leg of the trip today was by ferry! We drove through the Highlands to the port at Malaig where we caught the ferry over to The Isle of Skye. A quick 30 minute trip over calm waters was a relaxing end to a monumental ...
... arranged to meet me at 6.00pm but met me a bit earlier. As on the previous evening I was keen to press on so he waited back in the village while I completed the final mile or so. From there it was a 40 minute drive back to Gairloch.
That evening we had a meal at the Myrtle Bank Hotel in Gairloch, on this occasion able to enjoy the sunset looking out to Skye.
Distance covered 18.4 miles
See the route at http://gb.mapometer.com/walking/route_3 851638.html