Powered by Wikiloc 1. Achnacroish to Newfield From the ferry, pass the welcome phone box and what was for many years a post office—now a private house, and take the first turning on the left onto Newfield Terrace. After four semi-detached private houses (originally…
All dogs must be on short leads to protect wildlife, particularly ground-nesting birds and their young, as well as all livestock.
And please remember to leave gates as you find them. Thank you.
Please also see:
Further information on our Disclaimer page.
As Lismore is a small island, many walks crisscross one another and it is necessary to repeat some historical and heritage information. This is to avoid your constantly having to follow links to elsewhere.
And as the mobile signal can be patchy, you may wish to save your walk beforehand, either by taking screenshots or saving to PDF (text; text+images).
Scottish Outdoor Access Code
The Scottish Outdoor Access Code states:
'Poorly controlled dogs are a serious concern for farmers, other land managers and visitors to the countryside.
- - worry or attack livestock, for example causing pregnant ewes to miscarry or resulting in injury or death,
- - disturb wildlife, including breeding birds, and
- - scare other people.'
Outdoor access rights and responsibilities
Argyll and Bute Council also has guidance on Outdoor access rights and responsibilities, including: 'Dog walkers also need to take responsibility for their pets and ensure that they do not worry livestock, pass disease or cause cattle to trample their owners.'