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Ayrshire Coastal Path 2 - Lendalfoot to Maidens

Ayrshire Coastal Path 2 - Lendalfoot to Maidens


Postby JFT_96 » Sat Mar 30, 2019 11:30 pm

Date walked: 29/03/2019

Time taken: 5.75 hours

Distance: 25.9 km

Ascent: 482m

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Varyag Memorial at Lendalfoot


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Carleton Bay


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Memorial to Archibald Hamilton and his crew


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Back to Lendalfoot from the Old Coach Road


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Kennedy's Pass from the Old Coach Road


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Girvan from Black Neuk


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Girvan Harbour


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River Girvan


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Dipple Beach


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Dipple Burn


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Turnberry Beach


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Ailsa Craig


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Turnberry Hotel


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Turnberry Lighthouse


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Looking back along Turnberry Beach


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Turnberry Lighthouse


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Turnberry Hotel


Wildlife along the walk

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Oystercatchers


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Shelducks


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Oystercatcher


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Cormorants and Gulls


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Ring Plover
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