Reinigeadal and Marig from Urgha


Moderate to Difficult




Walk Waypoints

  1. 1 Park in the stone walled car park and walk along the road, eastwards towards Scalpay, to reach the start of the footpath to Reinigeadal.
  2. 2 Follow the footpath as it ascends besides Abhainn an t-Sratha to reach the bealach, (summit), between Beinn Tharsuinn and Trolamul.
  3. 3
    At the polished stone that marks where a path forks off to Mollinginish, keep right and descend The Scriob with its succession of hairpin bends to reach the bridge ath the head of Loch Trolamaraig.
  4. 4
    Follow the path as it ascends up and over the headland of Linginis and down to meet the road just above Reinigeadal
  5. 5
    Follow the road northwards along a strong of small lochs that run below the eastern slopes of Todun. Once you reach the rock cutting there are good views along Loch Seaforth and westwards to Clisham
  6. 6
    Opposite a dark house with few windows, follow the signpost up the hill to gain a good footpath above the southern shore of Loch Maraig.
  7. 7
    Briefly rejoin the road around the head of Loch Maraig.
  8. 8
    Just before the bridge follow the path at the signpost marked for Urgha that runs along the south side of Abhainn Maraig.
  9. 9
    At the junction, turn southwards and follow the path southwards to Urgha. This was once the old road and is well drained throughout its length.
  10. 10 At the southern end of Loch Lacasdail, the path rejoins the road bringing you back to the start of the walk.

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