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Tarbert end of Kintyre Way

Starting from Tarbert can give a group of walkers with mixed ambitions a great day out. From... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2017
susiesheld
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Wanaka, New Zealand
Carradale on The KIntyre Way - Kintyre's Best Kept Secret!

This area is simply one of the most stunning and beautiful surroundings that I have ever come... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
Carradales
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Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom
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22 Oct 2017
“Tarbert end of Kintyre Way”
30 Mar 2017
“Carradale on The KIntyre Way - Kintyre's Best Kept Secret!”
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The Kintyre Way runs the length of the beautiful Kintyre peninsula on the west coast of Scotland and provides users with wonderfully diverse terrain which will challenge and enchant in equal measure. The route winds its way from Tarbert in the North...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Reviewed 22 October 2017

Starting from Tarbert can give a group of walkers with mixed ambitions a great day out. From Tarbert Castle there is the 1 mile Red Walk or the 2.5 mile blue walk which start the Kintyre way. These are both circular walks and the tracks...More

1  Thank susiesheld
Reviewed 30 March 2017

This area is simply one of the most stunning and beautiful surroundings that I have ever come across. It is interspersed with numerous forest works and is of course part of the Kintyre Way. We were attracted here for it’s beauty and views across to...More

Thank Carradales
Reviewed 7 June 2016

We have visited many parts of Scotland over the years but have not been to the Mull of Kintyre before. Luckily for us the weather was fine, a little cloudy on one of the days but we were able to see the lovely scenery. This...More

2  Thank Rosebud388
Reviewed 27 May 2016

I have walked most of the long distance walks in Scotland, and without doubt this one is the best - cracking scenery, varied terrain and great places to stay on the way. Put it on your Bucket List - you won't be disappointed,

2  Thank Niall_Machall
Reviewed 26 May 2016 via mobile

The Kintyre way stretches from Tarbert to Machrihanish, and crosses the Kintyre peninsula several times in its bid to reveal the best views and the best hospitality in the area. The route can easily be broken down into manageable 15-20 mile chunks, and each has...More

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muskey67
11 February 2017|
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Response from TheKintyreWay | Property representative |
Good Afternoon Gary, Wild camping is legal in Scotland but there are some guidelines as to what to and what not to do. I shall refer you to the following site which shall help you. The Visit Scotland website in the wild... More
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SarahSam
12 June 2016|
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Response from TheKintyreWay | Property representative |
Good Morning Sarah, Many thanks for getting in touch, we of course would say to walk the Kintyre Way, but both routes offer a fantastic walking experience whatever the time of year.
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