Hillwalking Isle of Mull on Haunn
Haunn is located in the North West of Isle of Mull
with a great views out to Treshnish Isles and Coll Isle, very similar to Crackaig.
The Mull area includes Fishing, Cycling, Sightseeing, Hillwalking, Climbing, Touring in the Scottish Countryside.
Hillwalking Haunn, Isle of Mull - Scottish Walks.
Haunn, Isle of Mull.
Difficulty; Easy. - Duration; 2 Hour. O.S. 47
The walk to Haunn, on the north west of Mull is open air all the way, none of this forestry claustrophobia to go through and finishes with fine views at Treshnish Point. The Haunn walk is similar to the Crackaig walk, already documented in this guide,
The commencement of the walk starts on the B8073 just south of Calgary. After some forestry to the right hand side, pass through a farm, which has free spirited geese and hens roaming around freely, then just basically keep walking on the easy path, taking in the surrounding views of Calgary Bay, now behind you, and the island of Coll, including the ferry that makes its ultimate way to Tiree after stopping at Coll.
The end of the walk is a slight disappointment in that Haunn itself is just a single farmhouse, however Krakatoa exploding, isn’t always guaranteed. Lying to the left of the path are the two hills of Cruachan 216 and Beinn Duill 190. Here, binoculars are a good idea for scanning the watery horizon and Coll and a good way to spend a few hours.
We hope you enjoyed this Isle of Mull Hillwalking Haunn Experience