Walks on Mull, Where do I start there are so many. They range from the gardens of Torosay and Aros Park to Ben More Mulls only Munro. Ben More starts at sea level and rises to a height of 3179 feet and can be climbed from the North at Dhiseig or the South near Loch Scridain although this is the harder climb. Then there is Mackinnon’s Cave one of the longest sea caves in the Hebrides, The length of this walk on Mull is 2 miles (there and Back).
If you are after longer walks on Mull try Burg and the Fossil Tree walk, this is 14 miles (there and Back). I enjoyed a trip to Ulva, an Island just of Mull accessed by a foot passenger ferry summoned by uncovering a red panel on a board at the slipway. Once on Ulva you can do a short walk or if you have time you can walk around the island and on the western end visit Gometra by a little bridge, And before you catch the ferry back stop of at the Boathouse restaurant for a meal or just coffee and cake.
There are a lot of Forest walks on Mull, one starting in Salen giving you open views back over the village and is about 3 miles long a good walk to do on an evening from our log cabins and call in the Salen Hotel on the way back.
Then there is Treshnish, spectacular coastal scenery and seascapes,ruined villages and a hidden cave where it is said they used to make the best (illegal) whisky on Mull. This is a circular walk and the distance is 6.5 miles. These are just a few of the many walks on Mull we have a handy little book in the cabins with many more walks. If you would like to visit the Isle of Mull please have a look at our accommodation on the rest of our website. Tim and Diane Mellor. Hart of Mull Self Catering Log Cabins.