The steep pull up Ben Bhraggie (or Beinn a'Bhragaidh to give it its proper, Gaelic name) is well rewarded by excellent views over the coastline and inland hills - on a clear day both coasts of Scotland can be seen. The massive Sutherland monument, locally known as the 'Wee Man', marks the top from where this circuit takes a gentler route down on forest tracks. Some of this walk is on trails shared with mountain bikers so care should be taken on these sections.
Terrain - Waymarked forest paths and tracks some shared with mountain bike trails.
Distance 9km (5.6 miles)
Ascent 410m (1345ft)