Mu Ness and the Castle from Uyeasound, Unst

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This circular walk explores the low lying southern coastline of Unst, running from the settlement at Uyeasound to visit Scotland's most northerly castle - Muness, a sixteenth century tower house. Watch out for otters along the coastline; the return walk is then along quiet minor roads.


Grassy clifftop walking with a couple of boggy patches, all fences have stiles or gates. Return along minor road.

Public Transport

Uyeasound has an irregular bus link to the rest of Unst, Yell and through to Lerwick.


Jetty at east end of Uyeasound. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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