The Hebridean Way is a newly waymarked
long-distance walk in the Outer Hebrides.
Its spokesman has confirmed its 35 miles of waymarked
trails in its forests in the Rothbury areas has been reduced to 13 miles.
We soon reach a waymarked
post where a left turn takes us through the gap and down a slope to cross a wooden footbridge.
Go through a gate on the right, waymarked
to reach buildings.
From the entrance to the car park take the waymarked
Turn right into a waymarked
farm drive and go on until the drive turns right.
GO OVER the stile at the back of the car park along the waymarked
footpath to a farm track.
Take this path, which is opposite the waymarked
Continue through a gap in a wall and bear slightly left to take a gap in another wall to reach a waymarked
Turn right and continue to the railway bridge and in a further 100 yards turn right down the waymarked
steps and turn right into the field corner.
Initially my job will be to sit down and listen, but we are also looking at feasibility studies to create more waymarked
Waymarks direct us up a muddy slope to a wooden field gate and we then follow the fence on the left as far as a waymarked