This was a family day out, my duaghter wanted to go to the seaside and my wife wanted a low lwvel walk, this was the result. Had seen Merry-Walker's report http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=11380of the walk before and knew this would be a treat.
Yes the path is still marked closed in two sections, but we still walked the proper route. Its safe enough and plenty of others doing the same.
Park the car at Victoria Park far end beside toilets.
The tarmac path heads up to start of walk and along cliffs. The road closed sign is passed in doing so.
We just walked and looked down at every interesting deature along the way, so didn't make any great progress but we went up and down the slopes a great many times.
Once back, we went into town to get some Smokies for tea. Magic.
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