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Walked to the King's Caves,quite a walk,but really worth it,a bit up and down,if you are not too fit.
Lots of Viking and Pictish drawings,really interesting.
(Some of the drawings have been damaged),but a lot remain).A lot of people have made small cairns around the...More
I did the King's Caves hike in Blackwaterfoot the week just past and I'd definitely recommend this to everyone visiting the Isle of Arran. The walk comprises a circular hike commencing at the sign-posted car park (just before the Machrie Moor standing stones car park)....More
Rather than parking at the edge of the wood by the main road, park at Blackwaterfoot (maybe get a light lunch etc at the golf course Tee Room- open to non members) and follow the track beside the golf pro shop. When you reach a...More
The whole walk with some chill out time took around 3 hours. We went with our young kids of 4 and 7 and they loved it. The woods were lovely and gave some protection from the rain! As you come out the woods the views...More
We parked at the unsealed carpark signposted on the road. We were only about the 4th car in it when we arrived (full and overflowing when we got back - find a spot where you can't get parked in). It was around 5km walk round...More
We just had to visit the caves and they are fantastic! There is a bit of a walk to get to them which was most enjoyable especially as it was a bright sunny day. We found the rock formation inside the caves very interesting and...More
There is a fairly short walk down to the caves on a good forestry track. I'm no historian or geologist, but it was interesting to see the cave markings. This is a good way to make use of a half day. Take a picnic, eat...More