Brother’s Point Walk
The Brother’s Point Walk takes you along the coast, unveiling magical views of the otherworldly sea scenery stretching into the horizon. Watch out for some narrow sections along the cliffs, making it essential you tackle this route when the weather is clear, and the path is visible.
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Route Description for Brother’s Point Walk
The Brother's Point Walk makes for a fantastic add-on adventure to one you’ve already completed if you have some gas left in the tank, or it’s a great adventure option if you want to chill between two intense days of hillwalking. But, even though this walk may be short, it definitely delivers when it comes to lovely coastal scenery.
From Brothers Point Parking, follow the A855 and cross the street just before you reach The Glenview. From here, continue along the path, taking a right after about 500m since joining the path from the road. From here, follow the Rubha nam Brathairean (Brother’s Point) trail, which takes you towards and along the coastline towards Brother’s Point. After revelling in the outstanding seafront views, turn around and retrace your steps back to the car park.
Remember to be careful and watch your footing when you’re traversing the narrow sections along the cliff. For safety purposes, please keep your dog, if you bring them, on a leash. If your dog tends to pull or jolt, we suggest leaving them at home. And, there are also a lot of sheep around!
Getting to the Brother’s Point Walk Trailhead
The Brother's Point Walk starts from Brothers Point Parking.
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