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Scottish National Trail: Shenavall to Inverlael

A steep climb reaches high, barren, and boggy moorland which must be crossed before an estate track leads down to the A832. From there, footpaths and minor roads lead over high moorland again, passing a few small lochs, and descending once more to A832 near the sea.

Hiking Difficult

19 km
786 m
884 m
5-6 hrs
Low Point
6 m
High Point
410 m
Scottish National Trail: Shenavall to Inverlael Map

This is a popular hiking route which is generally considered to be difficult. It's an unknown remoteness, it features unknown exposure and is typically done in an unknown time of year. From a low point of 6 m to the maximum altitude of 410 m, the route covers 19 km, 786 vertical metres of ascent and 884 vertical metres of descent.




Hiking trails where obstacles such as rocks or roots are prevalent. Some obstacles can require care to step over or around. At times, the trail can be worn and eroded. The grade of the trail is generally quite steep, and can often lead to strenuous hiking.