** SORRY - THIS WALK IS NOW FULLY BOOKED ** This coastal route takes in the northern most section of the Rhins Coastal path – an 83 mile circular route which circumnavigates the Rhins peninsular.
The walk starts at Lady Bay on Loch Ryan and proceeds north, before turning west and then southwards round the North Rhins peninsular. It ends at Dally Bay overlooking the North Channel. There are many interesting features along the way; fishing and landing facilities, the Corsewall Lighthouse and the site of the North Channel radio masts.
On a clear day this coastal path gives remarkable views up the Clyde Estuary to Ailsa Craig and Arran, across to The Mull of Kintyre and the Antrim Coast. We’ll be accompanied by a coastal expert who will help us to appreciate the flora and fauna – we’ll be guaranteed plenty of spring flowers and sea birds, and we might be lucky and spot seals and the occasional pod of dolphins
The route generally follows a clear path although a few short sections remain to be completed, thanks to support from the Lottery Heritage Fund and the Dumfries and Galloway Council Coastal Communities Fund. The new paths provide easy crossing of the various wet and rough areas, but there will be a small amount of easy scrambling over dykes and rough rocks for those sections yet to be completed.