Dunbeath To Lybster Walk
8th May 2017
Join us for a walk along the breath taking cliff tops of Caithness for the 3rd in our series of 7 ranger guided walks along the East Coast, following the John O'Groats Trail. There's a lot to see on this walk - two beautiful harbours, sea stacks and nesting seabirds, coastal flora and a ruined Norse keep.
Grade C - 7.9 miles or 12.6 km. Appropriate weatherproof clothing and footwear essential along with a head for heights. Some strenuous sections, walking close to the cliff edge on rough ground - Sorry no dogs allowed
£9 adults, conc. £5, family £24.
Booking is required due to limited places.
Contact Ranger Katie for more information and to book on 07500784123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
See poster for details and how to book..
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