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Cnoc Na Ba        Stylish Self-Catering          Isle of Harris

photo: Duncan Fawkes

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W A L K I N G

 

Walk in the North Harris hills, climb the Clisham, Harris's highest point, with spectacular views, see the Eagle Observatory, walk the circular track to Scalpay lighthouse...

 

There is some serious and challenging walking for connoisseurs, and plenty of shorter walks for amblers and ramblers.

 

Watch out for the Harris Mountain Festival each September

 

Recommended walks:  Walk Highlands

 

Cnoc Na Ba welcomes walkers.

Come prepared for all weathers

whenever you visit. We have all

the necessary utilities to keep

you warm and dry.

C Y C L I N G

 

Cnoc Na Ba is the perfect base to explore Harris, which is very popular with cyclists. Situated by the Golden Road, you can explore the rocky east coast with its sparse villages and quiet lanes.

 

Or make the circular island trip, taking in the east coast bays, west coast beaches, Tarbert and Leverburgh, with ample opportunity for coffee and cake stops!

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For the more adventurous, try the Hebridean Cycle Way, or take the Leverburgh ferry across the Sound of Harris and explore Berneray and North Uist in a day.

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Pictured left is Cnoc Na Ba's Resident Cyclist, traversing the tortuous Clisham Pass, en route to the Butt of Lewis

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