Maclean's Skull Cave and Glengarrisdale Bay
This very remote walk crosses to the wild northwest coast to visit Glengarrisdale Bay. For many centuries the skull of a Maclean chief slain in battle could be found here, but the skull went missing in 1976; instead the walk visits a sea cave and a lonely bothy.
Extremely rough and wet ATV tracks; the route is not always clear and navigational skills are needed.
None to the start; infrequent Jura bus service runs from Feolin Ferry to as far north as Ardlussa.
Parking area at northern end of public road, north of Lealt.
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