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Heritage Trails

Historic Assynt Heritage Walking Trails
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Cnoc an Each Heritage Trail (Glencanisp)
Cnoc an Each Heritage Trail (Glencanisp)
A well established wide track crosses a river, passes along a loch side and ancient woodland before climbing steadily to a secluded valley past the ruins of a... View Details.
Kirkton Heritage Trail
Kirkton Heritage Trail
Starting close to a waterfall beside the A 837 near Inchnadamph this rather rough walk is a little under two miles long and takes in a cleared settlement perched on... View Details.
Eadar a Chalda Heritage Trail
Eadar a Chalda Heritage Trail
From the Ardvreck Castle car park this miles long trail takes you into the beautiful limestone hills to the east of the castle from where there are extensive views of... View Details.
Clachtoll Heritage Trail
Clachtoll Heritage Trail
A two mile coastal walk with glorious views.

Starting at the Clachtoll beach car park the walker is directed towards the iron age remains on top of... View Details.
Ledbeg Heritage Trail
Ledbeg Heritage Trail
The longest of the Heritage Trails this one starts at the entrance to Ledmore Marble Quarry.
It is about three and a half miles long, some along road and track but... View Details.
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