Arran has some bits – and it’s overall scenery makes it worth a visit
Clauchlands – Lamlash – Cordon – Kings Cross – Whiting Bay, (Kings X – WB – deffo rideableish – paths/stiles – take sarnies to sit at horsehoe shaped sandy bay nr KX point), suspect that biking might be tricky C-KX but deffo used to be walkable (*1960s 10yr old, looked ok 2 yrs ago) then back at WB via up the hill forest tracks nr cafe at burn (Glenashdale Falls, Giants Grave, lovely wee burn and follow track then follow burn back to Lamlash once you hit the road
also, on a hot day, get barefoot, get sandy beach, get to tideline and wiggle and squelch toes in – you might get a flattie or a spoutie
(*will require removal (pls replace) of decent sized rocks to get full views)Posted 4 years agoSprocketJockeyMember
As above, Devon and Cornwall would be a good trip.
We live in West Devon and spend a lot of time on the N Cornwall coast, our favourite places for rockpools around here are as follows (low tide best for all of them obviously):
Further west then Priest’s Cove, Cape Cornwall is well worth a trip. Stunning.
Further afield the beaches on Sleat peninsular on Skye have some great pools – we spent hours messing around in them when we were up there last Easter.Posted 4 years ago
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