Weekend walk to Whiteness Head
The Highland Council Countryside Rangers are inviting people to join them on Sunday (23 August) for a guided walk to Whiteness Head. The 6km/4mile coastal route between Ardersier and Nairn passes through salt marsh and shingle ridges to the end of a remote spit sticking out into the Moray Firth.
John Orr, the Ranger leading the walk said: “This is a rare opportunity to get out to a remote and stunningly beautiful coastal feature. It’s a great place to see wildlife like Arctic terns and common seals and enjoy the spectacular views.”
The walk starts at 11am and will last until 3pm. Anyone coming along should wear suitable clothes and footwear and bring a packed lunch. Places are limited so anyone interested in coming along is asked to book a place by telephoning 01463 255291 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Details of the meeting up point will be given out at the time of booking.
This event costs £8 adults, £4 concessions or £20 for a family.
The Countryside Rangers run many events and guided walks which aim to help raise awareness and encourage appreciation of the scenery, wildlife and heritage of the Highlands. A programme of Ranger Guided Walks and Events is on the council’s website at: www.highland.gov.uk/countrysiderangerevents