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Ranger service guided walks in Northwest Sutherland with Donald Mitchell
High Life Highland Countryside Ranger

September 2019
There is no charge for the walks but we rely on your donations to help us protect our highland wildlife and heritage. It costs £9.73 per visitor to operate our countryside ranger service. Full details given when booking [which is essential] so please visit http://booking.highlifehighland.com use the booking reference number for the event you would like to join and for information on where and when to meet.

 Balnakeil House and Churchyard - Photo © Iain Morrison High Life Highland Countryside Rangers run many events and guided walks which aim to help raise awareness and encourage appreciation of the scenery, wildlife and heritage of the Highlands. This wide range of events and activities is aimed at local communities and visitors alike. The September 2019 list of walks is listed below. For full information on the High Life Highland Countryside events and Rangers visit the High Life Highland Website @ Outdoor Highlands Website and to book events log on to Highland Region Outdoor Highlands Website BOOKING

Northwest Sutherland, Countryside Ranger walks in September 2019
N.B. There is no charge for the walks but we rely on your donations to help us protect our highland wildlife and heritage. Booking is required so please visit http://booking.highlifehighland.com use the booking reference number for the event you would like to join [as a guest if not a member] and for information on where and when to meet. For further information contact; High Life Highland Countryside Rangers, The Primary school, Durine, Durness, IV27 4PZ. Assistance with the booking can be arranged.
Contact; Donald Mitchell. Tel 01971 511756
or e-mail donald.mitchell@highlifehighland.com


Date: Wednesday 4th… Guided walk around Ceannabienne Township by Durness. An interesting piece of local history at a beautiful site. A coastal walk around an old settlement cleared of people in the 1800s, followed by a walk along a superb “secret beach” nearby. A leisurely walk around 3k, adults only. 10.30am – 1pm.Booking Ref; 002338KNBV


Date: Thursday 12th… Guided coastal walk at Scourie bay. A fine, fairly easy walk around the south bay, out to the point, returning over the hill. Fine views, seabirds, wildflowers and signs of otters. About 3k. Time: 10.30am – 1pm Booking ref; 002385KNBV


Date: Thursday 19th … Guided coastal walk at Faraid head by Durness. Walk along a very beautiful beach, cross the headland and return through the amazing dune system. Superb views, seabirds, sand, wildlife and mysterious bones. About 4k, adults only. Time: 10.30am. – 1pm. Booking ref: 002342KNBV


Date: Wednesday 25th A Guided walk through an ancient oakwood reserve near Scourie. Walk through Scotland’s most northerly oak woodland with wildlife, otter signs, wildflowers, lochs, seashore and much more. An intriguing wild area rich in plants and birds. About 4k, adults only. Time: 10.30am. – 1pm. Booking ref: 002343KNBV


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Contact; Donald Mitchell Tel 01971 511756 or e-mail donald.mitchell@highlifehighland.com



Ancient oakwood reserve near Scourie - Image © Donald Mitchell



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Castle Varrich Photo © Donald Mitchell Welcome to the Guided Walks Page in conjuction with the High Life Highland Countryside Rangers, Donald Mitchell and Paul Castle. This Page is designed to host infomation on guided walks on the North West Coast. If you have any photos of your walks with the Rangers, I would be delighted to host a selection on a photo page to go with this page. Please send any recent photos you may have taken - preferably from unusual vantage points or quirky photos and I will put them on the Guided Walks Photo Page. I look forward to seeing your photos. All photos will be acknowledged and copyright attributed to the contributor. Enjoy, Iain