Wildlife and History on Great Cumbrae Island

The route follows quiet minor roads round the coast and over the highest point of the island.

You pass a number of sites of local historical interest, and the coast gives great opportunities for wildlife viewing.

Terrain: Mostly Tarmac path and road. Distance: 16 km, duration 4 hrs, total ascent 240m to max ht. 127m.

Start point: Largs Ferry car park (NS 201 594) and sail to Great Cumbrae Slip . Money for parking and Ferry tickets needed.

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