Hillwalking Moll nr Loch Ainort, Isle of Skye Scottish Walks with Tony Connery

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Hillwalking Moll nr Loch Ainort, Isle of Skye



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Moll is a little walk just of of Loch Ainort on the mid eastern side of Skye
looking out to the Isle of Raasay and is a few miles north of Broadford.
The Moll and Loch Ainort area includes Fishing, Cycling, Sightseeing, Climbing, Touring in the Scottish Countryside.


Hillwalking Moll from Loch Ainort, Isle of Skye - Scottish Walks.

The Moll & Loch Ainort, Skye.
Difficulty. 2/10. Duration. 2 Hrs.

Having spent most of Saturday going short walks with the dog, Sunday unearthed a hidden gem for me. I noticed from closer study of my o.s. map that there was a side road, over a quaint bridge, leaving from Loch Ainort which would take me along the northern shores of the loch and onto a peninsula that was probably by-passed by the tourist trade.

Moll would be really the only signs of civilisation here, so I parked the car, got on my boots and made my way round the headland for around a couple of miles before returning to my vehicle.

Maybe, in that it was a fine day with excellent visibility, no wind and no people, the walk was supreme.

Loch Ainort, Skye
Loch Ainort,
Isle of Skye



Ben Tianavaig from Moll Peninsula, Skye
Ben Tianavaig from Moll Peninsula,
Isle of Skye
Narrows of Isle of Raasay off Skye
Narrows of Isle of Raasay
off Skye



Going round the coast, here, offered great photo opportunities of the Isle of Raasay and Scalpay and even further north on Skye, through the Narrows of Raasay, not to mention southwards and Loch na Cairidh, which is also a narrows of sorts at Scalpay.

Sightings of the ferry to Raasay Isle enhanced the visuals no end. Not to be missed, if time permits.

Moll Road with Raasay Ferry, Skye
Moll Road with
Raasay Ferry, Skye





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