The community walks are led by people living within community. These people have a strong conection to their community and are a wealth of local knowledge.
The Postman's Path
A unique chance to walk the postman's path with the last postman to use this path to deliver the mail on foot to Rhenigidale. You will discover many interesting facts about the history of the path and deserted village that you will pass as well as being shown the local wildlife.
This is a there and back walk along one of the most beautiful paths anywhere!
Location; Lacasdale loch car park
Difficulty rating; Moderate
Reccomended equpment; Waterproofs, walking boots, lunch and a drink
Meavaig to Bogha Glas
Following the spectacular 17km track through one of the largest areas of wild land in Scotland from Loch Mhiabhaig to the shores of Loch Seaforth. The route starts off on a wide double track before heading into the hills and glens past remote lochs. We will be walking through prime eagle country so sightings should be frequent.
This is a point to point walk so we will provide a shuttle service from the end of the walk back to the beginning.
This walk will be made even more special by being led by Cameron McNeish. Cameron McNeish is an award winning author and television presenter and has just celebrated his 40th year as an outdoors writer. It will be a fascinating insight into the life of a man who is dedicated to the mountains.
You can also join Cameron in the Isle of Harris Distillery at 7.30 pm where he will be presenting a talk, "Words in the Landscape".
Cost; £15 including transport link
Difficulty rating; Challenging
Recommended equipment; Walking boots, waterproofs are essential. Bring lunch and a drink.