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GPS Track Details
Track length: 1.58 km
Moving time: 19
Average speed: 4.83 km/h
Total ascent: 21 m
Total descent: 0 m
Difficulty Level: 3/5 - Medium
Overall rating: 6 (20 vote(s))

The parking lot of the Uig Community Hall is the route that provides the most convenient access to Shore Wood. A path that goes through Shore Wood links the three locations of the general store, the post office, and the village hall. The length of the path is 600 metres, and it is composed of compact gravel. You can get a good view of Uig Bay from the kissing gate at the easternmost point, which is at the top of a hill that is just moderate in steepness. A slender gravel path with a few muddy patches and a kissing gate that is both flat and uneven can be found in the Conon Glen. Between the River Conon and the steep edge of the valley, which looms above the trail, there is a distance of around 300 metres to cover on foot along the glen's base. The Rha Glen and its two-tiered waterfall can be reached by way of a short route that has a gravel surface and is equipped with a railing on the side of the trail that has a precipitous drop. After ascending one more flight of stairs, one will find themselves deeper within the glen, where they will find a flat path that is coated in gravel and winds its way to the water's edge. Take precautions and keep to the trail at all times. Uig Wood is a woodland region that can be found on the Isle of Skye. It is located in the village of Uig, which is located on the Trotternish Peninsula. It is made up of a mature woodland rim that wraps around the shore of Uig Bay, two ravine forests that are typical of Scotland's rainforest and follow the Rha and Conon rivers, as well as the Rha and Conon rivers themselves. They come together to produce one of the most extensive regions of broadleaf forests in the northern part of Skye. When contrasted with the surrounding terrain, which is nearly entirely devoid of trees, Uig Wood stands out as an exceptional and extremely valuable shelter for both people and various types of wildlife.

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