Peter J Gordon

Views Are My New Addiction

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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