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Walks and walkways

Get off the beaten track and see some of the most spectacular areas of South Harris from a new prospective.

Local guides arrange daily walks throughout the summer months. Let them give you a greater appreciation of the landscape, wildlife and historical cultutre of South Harris

Northton Machair
Northton Machair
Walk across the machair ( sandy shore-plain ) through a spectacular flower cover in mid summer towards a ruined chapel in the shadow of Chaipaval. In the nesting season a wide variety of ground nesting and wading birds can be seen and heard, with the possibility of sighting seaqls and porpoises offshore.
West side
Horgabost/Seilibost
A circular over machair land to Macleod's Stone with excellent views of Taransay and the North Harris hills. A short drive to Seilibost then allow for a beach and estuary walk with opportunities to watch terns from the dunes.
Rodel
Borrisdale- Rodel
Following the old track from Borrisdale to Rodel there are lovely views of the Sound of Harris and Skye. Rodel itself has a sheltered bay with the historic buildings of St. Clements church and Rodel Hotel nearby. A peacful walk around the loch to the north of the village will allow you to experience this area at its best.
sea
Renish point
This area at the southermost point of Harris allows fine views across the Sound of Harris to North uist and across the Minch to Skye. Large numbers of seabirds nest on the cliffs abd feed in the inshore waters where sea mammals are often seen. Otters can be seen in the evenings.

For further information on the above walks please telephone: 01859 520255 or 07881 981624

Harris Walkway
The Harris Walkway is a 25 mile route for walkers through some of the most spectacular scenery in the country, for more information click here
Bill and Chris Lawson
This Northton based team will guide you along the machair and sandy shore plains of Harris From May to September.
Contact:
Tel: 01859 520 488
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Mike Briggs Sports
Guided walks in Harris for groups or individuals across some of the most spectacular hill walking country.
Contact:
Tel: 01859 502376
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