Camas nan Geall and Bourblaige
This attractive walk heads along a fascinating stretch of coastline, passing a sandy beach, interesting rock formations and archaeological remains. Bourblaige was a village which was brutally cleared by landlords the Riddell family in 1838; it is the best preserved of such villages in Ardnamurchan.
Mostly pathless shoreline; boggy in places. Ascend to Bourblaige mostly on grass, boggy.
Camas nan Geall car park.
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