Monday, February 18, 2008

Rockhopping down the Rhinns.

We set off from High Ardwell Bay on the wild west coast of the Rhinns of Galloway.

What followed is some of the best sea kayaking rockhopping you will get anywhere.

Round each headland there were yet more rocky channels and small stacks.

As we approached the Mull of Logan the flood tide began to build.

It ran through the channels like a river.

This magnificent arch is just SE of the Mull of Logan, it is not even marked on the map!

For the second time in a week, we bypassed a perfectly good sea kayaking pub (at Port Logan). Instead, we rounded Cairneywellan Head on our way to our first stop at Slouchnamorroch Bay.


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