Part two of our exploration of the Rhins Coastal Path walk starts off where walk 2-4 ended near Corsewall Lighthouse. It is a delightful walk around the northern tip of the Rhins peninsula and provides continuous sea views out to sea, including the North Channel, Clyde Estuary and the hills beyond.
Starting at Barnhills and going clockwise the route hugs the coast line with its ups and downs passing Corsewall Point, Milleur Point and enters Loch Ryan with views of the busy ferry terminals across the water.
Passing the old salmon fishing station and leaving the shore, there is a climb to the Corsewall Estate woods.
A track through the woods leads down to Kirkcolm and the Village Inn.
This walk is accompanied by one of our knowledgeable guides.
|Travel time||75 minutes|
|Start from||NW 985 719|
|End at||NX 029 687|
|Return travel time||60 minutes|
|Price (Accompanied Child)||£11.00|
Walk 3-2: Rhins Coastal Path: Part 2