North West Coast of Coll Walk, Inner Hebrides, Scotland

You only need to take one look at the map (at the end of the gallery below) to see that this was going to be an outstanding walk, taking in, as it does, almost all the beaches along the north coast of Coll. The only drawback was that the return to where I parked the car was along the road.

The four people in pic 13 were the only other walkers that I saw all day. It’s a very quiet and beautiful island and well worth a visit should you get the chance. 👍👍😊

2 thoughts on “North West Coast of Coll Walk, Inner Hebrides, Scotland

    • Yes, there were thousands of shells washed up in a sort of gully. We do see a few along the Welsh coast, so you don’t have to go THAT far to find a few. Though even at Shell Island (which is not an island, but an area by the coast, just a few miles south of Harlech) there aren’t that many!

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