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Cape Wrath MTB ride

Cape Wrath MTB ride


Postby johnnycool » Fri Feb 28, 2020 3:32 pm

Date walked: 23/09/2019

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New campervan trip 24 4th 2019.
From our overnight at WC 160 Scourie we headed to Durness.
A dry day which started out overcast and mist on the hills. No wind. During the day the mist cleared and it became sunny.
I checked on the Keolold ferry and found it was running. I was taken across the Kyle of Durness from Keoldale at 10.30 a.m. and cycled to Cape Wrath 1hr 20min. A walk around the lighthouse grounds and cliffs. Slightly faster on the return. Back on the ferry at 14.00.
To Scourie for an overnight.
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