Moine Mhor and Dunadd
This is really two separate very short walks on the edge of the Moine Mhor, the Great Moss - one of Britain's finest boglands and a National Nature Reserve. The second part of the walk ascends the miniature hill of Dunadd, a remarkable historic site that is tied in with the very beginnings of the Kingdom of Scotland.
The Moine Mhor 'Tileworks Trail' is very easy going and level; suitable for wheelchairs. The separate ascent of Dunadd is a short but steep ascent.
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Moine Mhor car park (first part). Parking at foot of Dunadd (second part). The map of this route has the Nature Reserve part shown only.
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