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Karen Tsai
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HikingMuddyOff trailOver grownRockyScramble

It was nice, but the trail itself is overgrown and not exactly clear. Don’t know if it’s a personal experience, but we weren’t able to find a precise to-and-back path. Beautiful scenery though!

Fiona Alexander
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This has to be my favourite bay. not much use for anyone who has difficulty in walking. kids love swimming here too. just be careful of the tides. you dont want to be caught out explore the caves ect and the tide comes in.

Fiona Alexander
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nice easy bike great. great terrain and good for children too..

Fiona Alexander
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great place for everyone. it has a dog park, play park, lovely walks, fairy gardens, cafe, toilets, museum and an old mansion to explore. There is also a tree house out the back of the mansion.

Fiona Alexander
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lovely forest. wide paths and easy on foot. car park is very small and every time we've been it's been packed. it's a fair old walk but we'll be back with our bikes.

Fiona Alexander
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lovely walk with plenty to see. lots of things that would interest kids too.

Drew Rosser
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The route itself was moderate, not difficult. Maybe the difficulty was awarded for the length? There were folk in trainers doing it, so hardly the most difficult route. I mixed it up, and walked from Clova to Doll and then did the route from the ranger centre. Spectacular views from Driesh, and the weather was amazing.

Fiona Alexander
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gorgeous beach and a lovely walk. unfortunately there was plenty of rubbish left lying around too including broken bottles.

Fiona Alexander
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really enjoyed our walk here this morning. lovely area a great walk with the dog.

Fiona Alexander
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nice walk with lovely views. lots of rubbish on the ground today though.

Nina Beltran Salas
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Hiking

Trail is like stairs most of the way so great workout. Views at the top were spectacular. Very busy! Get there early for parking. (Police were making sure people wouldn’t park on the road)

Lorna McCartney
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Hiking

A fab walk but challenging in many parts both under foot and fitness. Good for family. Fab views from early in walk but amazing at the top.

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Christopher Ross
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Hiking

A more quiet route compared to the others near by. The path from the car park is boggy, but once you start going up it's good.

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James Mcdonald
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HikingBugs

Took the right side of the loop. Nice warm, good views, flowers and easy track to follow. Had a snack on the top. Need a windbreaker,a little cold on top. Kept going around to the other side it was boggy and adventurous. You need good boots for this. Followed the little stream,with a very little path/to no path, this was the way to get back to the main path. Lots of fun.

Victoria Fatakhova
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Hiking

Really good trail on the way up. Amazing view from Ben Ime. The toughest bit ascending was definitely the start. However the decent from Ben Narnain was not pleasant. Lots of rocks and mud. Thats why 4 starts. Would recommend taking the same route back down you wont miss out on any views.

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Owen Prentice
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5 star trail until the final descent which ruined it in my opinion. The initial ascent through the forest was probably the most challenging part of the trail. The ascent up the two Munro’s is great but I don’t recommend descending down Beinn Nernain how it suggests, i would just go back the way I came if I did it again. That descent is just rough, literally rock climbing at the start which isn’t too bad but after that the terrain is just rocks rocks rocks and more rocks. So time consuming, boring, and tough on your joints. I’m 23 and even my knees were sore after it. If you have dogs you could easily do it up to just Beinn Ime and back, this is from the perspective of a great day in Summer though so may be different in worse conditions.

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Ryan Morgan
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Off trail

great walk if you want to get into hiking

James Mceachran
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Colin Hannah
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police stopped us and didn't allow us to complete the trail. So went round the other side and hiked it old school!

Colin Hannah
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Good walk, very steep. Burns the old legs for sure.

Becky C.
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HikingRocky

easy path to follow. 2 mile flat walk before ascent. Beautiful location, such space/vastness

Gary Stevens
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First time doing the cobbler thought the Forrest part was the hardest ( maybe because your straight out the car park into it ) suns was shining , rain came on back to sun- all the way up time we got to the top couldn’t see a thing , it was like a winters day gutted . But climb was brilliant feeling it now though

Adelle Nash
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Megan Hailstones
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