Looking across Glenuig to the Small Isles
The track goes down to an old storm beach and then climbs
up to the high ground. Look to your left and you will see
a stone seat, put there many years ago as a rest for Graham
Croll, the landowner.
Although it does not seem obvious, there is a way down the
cliff directly opposite the stone seat, if you push through
the trees you will see it. Go down the path to the left and
when you reach the bottom, go round the cliff to your right.
You will then see the front of a walled-off cave with window
spaces all over it. There is another, smaller cave a few metres
to the west and a crevice in front which smaller explorers
can get into.
From the caves you can return to the path or scramble round
the rocks westwards to the next inlet, where a small harbour
has been built, possibly for smuggling.
From here you can go westwards again to a group of houses
at the top of the storm beach from which you can climb the
hill to the end of the public road and return along it to