This walk in the east of North Uist provides some of the most spectacular uninterrupted views, with lots of wildlife and a diverse terrain. Beginning 1 mile south of Lochmaddy on the road to Clachan, the path crosses the coastal plain to reach the foot of North Lee. It then rises up the south west slopes to 263m and then follows the ridge north at the top of North Lee - a good place to see eagles and providing spectacular views of Uist, Skye, Harris and Barra. On a clear day, you can see St Kilda to the west. The route then descends past the site of a World War II plane crash and re-joins the path to take you back to the road.
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Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre is a place where people can meet, share ideas,…
A former inn with detached stable/storehouse, built on the site of an old salt house.
The Uist Sculpture Trail runs through Uist and Benbecula, providing a series of seven…
The Mosaic Mackerel sculpture by Rosalind Waites forms part of the Uist Sculpture Trail.
Present on off-shore islands from late April - August.
The long, broad wings and longish tail create a different flight silhouette than the…
Refered to as a 'flying barn door' due to its sheer size and bulk.
The gardens and surrounding moorland often hold the odd bird during the spring and summer…
Pairs often visit the sea loch to feed.
The Hut of the Shadows by artist Chris Drury forms part of the Uist Sculpture Trail.
Otters have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws.
There is a walking trail through the woodland where you can enjoy trees and wildlife.
The red deer is the fourth largest deer species behind moose, elk (wapiti), and sambar…
Barpa Langais is a neolithic chambered cairn or tomb.
Pobull is a stone circle situated on the south side of Ben Langass.
The Scantuary sculpture forms part of the Uist Sculpture Trail.