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  • Bluedome - Walking on the Isles of Scilly - Walking - St Agnes - St Mary's - Tresco
    views across to the other islands and if they had ever been challenged they would have proved formidable One strange structure is where the generators were placed to power the huge searchlights that had been installed to illuminate the sea The lights were there to pick out enemy raiders and submarines You could easily get around the route in minutes but this is where you need to begin the process of getting into the pace required to really enjoy the islands there is no need to rush take your time St Agnes and Gugh My first trip from St Mary s and it gave me a taste for island hopping St Agnes is a real gem and although it is a small island it offers the visitor a chance to explore and relax This is where it began to sink in that you really need to start going around a quarter speed St Agnes has a pub the Turks Head and a small shop and a cafe in the old Coastguards houses The island also has a small farm making stunning fresh ice cream I ate one and then went back for seconds The day was bright and it was warm enough to be pleasant The boat out from St Mary s was busy with walkers but as soon as the boat had landed the island swallowed them up and just a few of of were left to walk across the sand bar to Gugh The two islands are joined at low tide by a sand bar that allows visitors to walk across and explore the smaller island of Gugh The island looks like a miniature piece of Scotland transported south The low gorse and coastal flowers are a strange mix when viewed against the meadows of St Agnes a few hundred yards away Paths crisscross the island and lead from the high points where strange rocks have been eroded to tiny coves and granite headlands The island has no shops or pubs and few houses The two houses with odd shaped curved roofs were built by a borough surveyor from London and he designed the houses to withstand the Atlantic gales that strike the Scillies from time to time One feature that you must visit on Gugh is a standing stone known as the Old Man of Gugh The stone dates from the Bronze Age and has grooves cut into which are found on other standing stones across the islands Crossing back to St Agnes you can stroll around the paths and see how the small community functions The island has a couple of small farms and a herd of cattle a few houses and a disused lifeboat station It also has some of the most beautiful granite sculptures you will see There are granite fingers pointing skywards to the right of the jetty where you land and the sea has also had a hand in shaping some of the granite outcrops The beaches are a little rocky St

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/scillies/walking.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome - Walking on the Isles of Scilly - Walking - Accommodation
    the new restaurant Local seafood and fish are always on the menu as is a range of dishes to suit everyone who enjoys good food St Mary s Hall Hotel offers a series of breaks for walkers which include travel to St Mary s and also covers your island hopping needs too If you are planning a visit then click on the banner on this page and have a look

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/scillies/accommodation.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome - Walking on the Isles of Scilly - links and contacts
    growing interest in Salt Water flyfishing could be a popular attraction Late April brings the Gig World Championships to the islands and although the place is busy you will still be able to find placers to stay to witness the racing An Autumn walking festival is also something that is being considered so keep looking out for more information It could be the perfect late season walking destination An essential

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/scillies/conclusions.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome
    3318ft 1011m 56 255085 Ben Vane 3004ft 915m 56 278098 Ben Vorlich south top 3092ft 943m 50 56 295123 Beinn Bhuidhe 3106ft 948m 50 56 204187 The latest Cicerone guide to the Munros is now available from the Cicerone online

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/Munros/benlomond.htm (2016-02-10)
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    3250ft 990m 41 163659 Sgor an Iubhair 3284ft 1001m 41 165655 An Gearanach 3200ft 982m 41 187670 Na Grugaichean a Gruagach 3460ft 1055m 41 203652 Na Gruagaichean north west top 3400ft 1030m 41 201654 Binnein Mor 3700ft 1128m 41 212663 Sgurr Eilde Beag Sgor na h EiIde 3135ft 956m 41 219653 Sgurr Eilde Mor Sgurr na h EiIde 3279ft 1008m 41 231658 Binnein Beag 3085ft 940m 41 222677 Ben Nevis 4406ft 1344m 41 166713 Cam Dearg south west 3348ft 1020m 41 155701 Cam Mor Dearg 4012ft 1223m 41 177722 Aonach Beag 4060ft 1236m 41 196715 Sgurr a Bhuic 3165ft 965m 41 204702 Aonach Mor 3999ft 1221m 41 193730 Stob an Cul Choire 3580ft 1068m 41 203731 Tom na Sroine 3015ft 918m 41 208745 The Grey Corries Range Stob Ban Loch Treig District 3217ft 977m 41 266724 Stob Choire Claurigh south top 3858ft 1177m 41 262739 Stob Coire an Laoigh 3659ft 1115m 41 240725 Stob Coire an Easain 3545ft 1080m 41 234727 Caisteal 3609ft 1104m 41 246729 Stob Coire Gaibhre 3150ft 958m 41 260757 Stob Coire na Ceannain 3720ft 1121m 41 268746 Sgurr Choinnich Mor 3603ft 1095m 41 227714 Sgurr Choinnich Beag Sgor a 3175ft 966m 41 220710 Stob a Choire

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/Munros/bennevis.htm (2016-02-10)
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    3082ft 939m 33 922129 Sgurr na Sgine 3098ft 945m 33 946113 Creag a Mhairn 3102ft 947m 33 088078 Druim Shionnach Druim Sionnach 3222ft 987m 33 074085 Stob Coire an t Slugain Druim Shionnach west top 3075ft 938m 33 062082 Maol Chinn dearg Maol Cheanndearg west top 3214ft 981m 33 032088 Sgurr an Doire Leathain 3272ft 1010m 33 015099 Sgurr an Lochain 3282ft 1004m 33 005104 Creag nan Damh 3012ft 918m

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/Munros/glenshielsouth.htm (2016-02-10)
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    56 367180 An Caisteal 3265ft 995m 50 56 379193 Beinn aí Chroin east top 3104ft 940m 50 56 394186 Beinn aí Chroin west top 3078ft 938m 50 56 386185 Cruach Ard rain north east top 3377ft 1046m 50 56 409211 Stob Garbh 3148ft 959m 50 56 411221 Beinn Tulaichean Beinn Tutachan 3099ft 946m 50 56 416196 Am Binnein Stobinian Stob Binnein 3821ft 1165m 51 434226 Meall na Dige 3140ft 966m

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/Munros/crianlarich.htm (2016-02-10)
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    Creag Meaghaidh 3700ft 1130m 34 42 418875 An Cearcallach 3250ft 993m 34 42 422854 Meall Coire Choille rais Collie na Froise 3299ft 1027m 34 42 433854 Puist Coire Ardair 3591ft 1070m 34 42 436873 Stob Poite Coire Ardair west top 3460ft 1053m 34 42 429888 Carn Liath 3298ft 1006m 34 472903 Monadhliath Mountains A Chailleach 3045ft 930m 35 681041 Cam Dearg north west top 3093ft 945m 35 635024 Cam Ban

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/Munros/laggan.htm (2016-02-10)
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