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Uig Sands with unusually warm sunny weather! (Video report)

Uig Sands with unusually warm sunny weather! (Video report)


Postby When Adventure Knox » Sun Feb 07, 2021 12:08 pm

Route description: Uig Sands

Date walked: 14/08/2020

Time taken: 1.5 hours

Distance: 4 km

Ascent: 82m

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Back when I planned this trip, Walkhighlands showed this walk as a 5* - so my expectations were very high. I enjoyed this walk, but I'm afraid I wouldn't concur with the 5*'s it had before I cast my vote on it.

In addition to Uig Sands at the beginning of the video, I also visit Mangersta Beach and Reef Beaches too.

A spectacular part of Scotland, made all the more special with the blue skies, warm weather and lack of people!

I hope you enjoy the walk report.
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Re: Uig Sands with unusually warm sunny weather! (Video repo

Postby HalfManHalfTitanium » Wed Feb 10, 2021 7:46 pm

Fantastic video - I can see why this walk got rated as 5 stars, even if you wouldn’t agree!

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