This is a short walk providing historical, geological and wildlife interest. In good weather the mid point of the walk is a great place to picnic and gaze over the clear water in search of dolphins. In bad weather the bothy, now a small interpretative centre about the salmon station and Hugh Miller, provides good shelter.
Terrain - Easy to follow and well-maintained path to the shore with some steep sections. The coastal section is through long grass or at low tide the route can be followed on the pebbly shore.
Distance 4.5km (2.8 miles)
Ascent 190m (623ft)