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Ben More from Dhiseig Walk
This is the easiest route up Mull's highest point and only munro. Ben More is a prominent feature of many views on the island.
Port nan Crullach Walk
On the southern shores of Loch Spelve is Croggan, getting here can be an adventure in itself and a truly remote part of Mull.
Treshnish Coast and the Whisky Cave Walk
One of the finest coastal walks which includes a stop-off at the Whisky Cave – where the best Moonshine on Mull was once distilled.
Tobermory Lighthouse Walk
The recently renovated path to the impressive Rubha nan Gall Lighthouse features stunning views over to the mainland and Tobermory Harbour.
Carsaig Arches Walk
From Carsaig Bay, traverse along breath-taking coastline to reach one of the most fascinating geological sites on Mull, the Carsaig Arches.
Burg & Fossil Tree Walk
A tough walk that will reward you with stunning coastal scenery and the geological wonder that is the Fossil Tree.
Calgary Bay & Art in Nature Sculpture Trail
Follow the artwork trail on your way to one of Mull’s most popular beaches and stop for coffee and cake at the lovely art café.
Aros Park & Tobermory Walk
Heading east from Tobermory you will find the towns back garden – Aros Park is full of luscious woodland trails to discover.
MacKinnon’s Cave Walk
Surrounded in myth and mystery, Mackinnons Cave is said to be the deepest sea cave in the Hebrides, at over 500 feet.
Ulva Shore and Woodland Walk
This varied circuit walk takes you along the shoreline, across the moorland and through the woodlands of the Isle of Ulva.
Loch Ba Walk
Stroll along the shore Loch Ba into the mountains and enjoy the wild and mountainous views of central Mull without a demanding climb.
St Columba’s Bay Walk
Best walked as a whole day adventure, there is much to see on the way to St Columba’s bay and plenty to explore once there.
Dun I Walk
Walk from the pier to the top of Iona’s highest hill Dun I and back, allowing time to take in the view from the summit.
North End Beach Walk
Walking to the North End of Iona is worth the visit, experience the expansive views, white sands and aquamarine waters that inspired the Scottish Colourists.