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Walking on the Ross of Mull

Mull has a tremendous diversity of mountain, forest and coastal landscapes and the south west of Mull encapsulates this for the visitor who likes to explore on foot. Walks range from gentle coastal strolls for those just wanting to soak in the scenery to the challenge of the mighty Ben More.  The south west of Mull has few waymarked paths, but there are many good walks nevertheless. All walks are through ever changing breathtaking scenery and have proximity to wildife. From Achaban House there are three excellent walks:

The variety of habitats found on Mull provides an abundance of wildlife.  Red deer are frequently seen on the hills, while eagles soar overhead, otters frequent the many sea lochs and inlets and birdsong can be heard everywhere. Seals are easily seen basking on the skerries and from a good vantage point it is even possible to see dolphins and other cetaceans.  There is possibly no better place in Scotland have the opportunity to see wildlife while walking at any time of the year.

From Achaban House, there are several short coastal walks and some longer circular walks, including access to Iona on foot on the short ferry crossing. Further afield there are some challenging walks around the coast and the starting point to Ben More is only 40 minutes by car. We have detailed information on all the walks for our guests and are happy to provide this with any other advice you may need during your stay