Walk with us from High Lossit to Killypole Farm

Shopper-Aide Sponsored Walk – Sunday 3rd June 2018

High Lossit to Killypole Farm and return.

Shopper-Aide Sponsored Walk June 2018

This is a circular walk and mostly on forestry roads.
We shall start at the entrance gate to Killypole Forest and walk (by a gentle route) up to the radio mast that serves Argyll FM. We continue on the road to Killypole farmhouse, now deserted. There we shall have a short break for coffees/snacks etc. There are lovely views across Killypole Loch and eastwards to Davaar Island, so a good spot for photographs.
From there we descend on a grassy path to the loch and pass a boathouse. We cross a small burn and pick up our second forestry road about 200 yards later.
This road takes us back to High Lossit and the transport back to Campbeltown.

Shopper-Aide Sponsored Walk June 2018

Please Note: Unfortunately no dogs are allowed on this walk due to the farm animals in this area.

We will leave from the Campbeltown War Memorial at 10am
The walk will start about 10.30am
We should be back at the starting point about 12.30pm.
Comfortable shoes/boots, snack/drinks etc and don’t forget your camera 🙂

Please call ( 01586 551600 ) or email ( office@shopper-aide.org.uk ) the office and let us know if you would like to come along.

Sponsor forms are also available from the office.

You can also pop into the office on Longrow and let us know.

Click HERE if you would like to make a donation through our Virgin Money Giving Page

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