When we went many years ago did Uig(Skye) to Harris and came back Lochboisdale to Oban.
Sometime ago someone gave a good route for touring the Outer Hebrides he mentioned the ferry routes / crossing points, I think the start was Ullapool to Stornoway. I recall it was a favourite tour for him. I have tried the search but nothing comes up. Does anyone have an itinerary for the trip
I am thinking of 2 weeks in April.
Maybe me? We did CalMac HOP8 route, from Oban to Barra, toured all the way in a North direction to Butt of Ness, then down to Stornoway-Ullapool crossing. You can do this the other way around if you wish.
We wanted to do the whole group of islands in one two week tour, which was adequate.
Barra, Uist, Harris, Lewis | Hopscotch | CalMac Ferries
Last edited by runnach; 09-01-2019 at 21:48.
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I can recommend this little site for a night or two. It is run by the Kneep Grazing Trust and has the basic amenities needed for a stop and refresh break.
All at the local Coop shops seem to stock gas if you get stuck, we even bought a bottle refill at Timsgarry (could be) on May Day bank holiday. We also used the Hopscotch ticket from Calmac.
If you are meat eaters the "Bakery" which is also the butchers on Benbecula sells the most wonderful meat. Can't remember the name of the town but its on the main road.
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