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Mull and Iona Geology

Guided geology walks in Mull . Iona and Ulva.
Tobermory & North East Mull | Beaches

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.
Salen & South East Mull | Abandoned Settlements

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.
Ben More & Burg | Walks

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.
Tobermory & North East Mull | Walks

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.
Ben More & Burg | Walks

Dun da Ghaoithe Walk

One for the fitter, more experienced walker, Dun da Ghaoithe, Mull’s second highest peak at 766m, looks down on the ferry terminal at Craignure.
Salen & South East Mull | Walks

Kilvickeon Beach Walk

The Ross of Mull | Walks

Nature Scotland – Mull Wildlife Experiences

Multi national award-winning wildlife tours based on the Isle of Mull.
Tobermory & North East Mull | Outdoor & Adventure

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.
Isle of Iona | Walks

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.
The Ross of Mull | Walks