Wonderful walk through the bird sanctuary, which offers stunning views of the ocean and access to pristine sandy beaches.
We were there to see birds, so we took our time and enjoyed the scenery; but, if you are in a hurry, you can surely cover the distance in half the time; yet, there is still a lot to see.
We set up camp in front of the building that houses the bird nature sanctuary, which gave us access to the facility's restrooms and sinks.
In addition, there is at least one bus trip every day that travels there.
Have a wonderful day out on the trail!
North Uist, part of Scotland's Western Isles, is home to Aird a Rnair, its most western point. The point of land may be seen around 4 kilometres (2.5 miles) to the south-west of Balmartin.
Hogha Gearraidh, a crofting community, is the nearest permanent settlement to the contentious region of Rockall. It's around 367 kilometres (228 miles) or 198.1 nautical miles east of the rock, and it's situated 1.5 kilometres (0.93 miles) east of Aird a Rùnair.
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