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Ayrshire Coastal Path 3 - Maidens to Ayr

Ayrshire Coastal Path 3 - Maidens to Ayr


Postby JFT_96 » Sat Mar 30, 2019 11:34 pm

Date walked: 30/03/2019

Time taken: 6.25 hours

Distance: 25.1 km

Ascent: 627m

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Maidenhead Bay


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Culzean Castle


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Culzean Castle


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Culzean Castle


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Ailsa Craig


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Goatfell


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Dunure Castle


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Dunure


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Dunure Harbour


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Dunure Castle


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Dunure


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Heads of Ayr


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Ayr from the shore at Heads of Ayr


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Arran from the shore at Heads of Ayr


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Ayr


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Greenan Castle


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River Doon


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Ayr Beach


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New Bridge over the River Ayr


Wildlife along the walk

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Oystercatcher


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Common Redshank


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Yellowhammer


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Cormorants


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Shelduck
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