There is no such thing as a dull walk on Lismore. This island in the Inner Hebrides, surrounded by the hills of Argyll and Morvern, is ten miles long and a mile wide. The highest point, Bàrr Mòr, with panoramic views from Ben Nevis to Islay, is 127 metres (417 feet).

With Walk Lismore you will discover the multilayered richness of this small island. Or to quote the late Donald Black:

Lismore is an island where each ruin, each knoll carries some tale, some secret tradition unique to that spot. Even evidence of cultivation is a memorial to some long-departed ploughman and other agricultural system.

Sgeul no Dhà às an Lios: A Tale or Two from Lismore, Black, D (2006)

These walks are easy to follow and can be walked physically or in cyberspace. They are mainly loops so you can decide where to start and in which direction to go.

Ceud mìle fàilte. A hundred thousand welcomes. Enjoy this amazing island.