Hill walk from the south end of Loch Hope over the historic Moine Path by Ben Hope to the Kyle of Tongue at Kinloch. Moorland wildlife, chance of seeing eagles, deer and beautiful remote scenery.
Bring suitable clothing, footwear and a packed lunch.
We need to share vehicles, leaving cars at either end of route, please help if possible. This walk is part of the Peatland fortnight of events.
Booking essential. Meeting place given out on booking. Grade C. Free event. Contact Paul on 01847 821531 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find the Highland Council Rangers on Facebook “Caithness and Sutherland Countryside Rangers”
All the walks are led by one of the Rangers. It is important though that you think of your own safety and that of any children for whom you are responsible. Remember too that these are country walks in the Highland weather so please dress accordingly. Bring sturdy shoes, or boots, a picnic and a sense of fun. The Rangers reserve the right to cancel any of these events.
Walk Grades: A is easiest, D most challenging, including very rough ground and sometimes steep climbs. Sorry watching wildlife is not usually compatible with taking dogs.