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About Argyll Walking Holidays

Walk on the Isle of Mull: spectacular scenery, history and wildlife

June is the best month to enjoy this all. During our Exploring Mull holiday 3-10 June you don’t just walk on Mull, but also on Ulva, Iona and Staffa.BenMore
Mull is one of the largest of the Hebridean islands, but it is bitten into by so many sea lochs that the sight and sound of the waves are never far away. Tall cliffs, sandy bays, caves and arches deliver wonder after wonder along the coasts, while high mountains inland provide a dramatic background. We have a very good chance of seeing otters and eagles here, as Mull is one of the best places in Scotland for wildlife watching.
We’ll spend three nights in Tobermory, in the north, walking at Treshnish and on the isle of Ulva, before moving to the Ross of Mull. During our stay in the Ross we explore the dramatic coastline west of Carsaig, where cliffs reach 1000ft (300m), visit Staffa, with its basalt columns and rich bird life, and St. Columba’s isle of Iona. Weather permitting, we will climb Ben More on the last day for the widest of West Highland views.
For further details and the day-by-day programme go to:http://aboutargyll.uk/programme/walking-holidays/mull.html

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