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Just across the ferry from the Isle of Seil south of Oban.

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A ferry ramp with a single lane road leading south. There is a small waiting room and space to park but it is cheaper to park on the Seil side of the ferry and come over on foot with the bikes.

It's possible to hire bikes at Sunnybrae Caravan Park, about 100m from the ferry terminal.

Trails at Isle of Luing


Trail TitleLength (Miles)Ascent (Mtrs)Time (Hrs)Tech GradeFitness Grade
Cullipool4.41492 Moderate Moderate

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some of the best views in Scotland, a very friendly place, great new café in Cuillipool, had amazing lunch, The guy on the ferry is into biking and was happy to share info on luing trails
themole gave this trail 5 stars about 4 years ago


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Length: 4.4 Miles
Ascent: 149 m
Time: 2 hrs
Tech Grade: Moderate
Fitness Grade: Moderate
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From the ferry take the single lane road south till point one. Turn right and continue up the track till point two. Turn left up towards the highest point of the island. At point three turn right over grassy ground untill you reach a fast grassy singletrack descent which cruises down toward the village of Cullipool. Proceed through the kissing gate and carry on down into the village.
Upon entering the village take the first left you come to and then carry straight on past the telephone box onto a rough track. This lasts about 200m before you hit the road again. Continue along this past the Luing Store where you can by drinks. Slightly further on you come to a left turn to Bardrishaig which is soon followed by a right onto a track. This track heads towards a fence with a gate. Proceed through the gate and ride up the hill on the grassy track. You pass very close to the highest point before continuing back down to point three where you turn left.
This takes you along a short desent down into the deserted slate mining village of Port Mary. Turn right and proceed through the old quarrys round Cuan Point. This section has a couple of intersesting rock features and a beach crossing. After a short ride you will emerge back at the ferry port.

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