Join local wildlife guide Megan, for some longer walks which take you off the beaten track to discover some wonderful wildlife and hidden gems.
Join Megan for a walk on her local patch, where she can take you off the beaten track and show you some fabulous wildlife and scenery right on her doorstep! The new Hidden Gem walks were all discovered on her local patch during lockdown.
The choice of walks are - Orphir's Ward Hill, Peat Tracks and 2 Bays.
Long walks are approx 5-6 hours in length, and the terrain can be rough underfoot.
It is possible to use the local bus service for these walks. Please mention this at the time of booking for more information.
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Wild Orkney Walks offers guided walks all year round. The walks cover a variety of habitats, from busy seabird cliffs and stunning coastline, to colourful wildflower meadows and white sandy beaches. Whether you would like to see Hen Harriers, Primula Scotica, our charismatic Puffins, or even some of our winter specialities like the Mountain Hares or Long Tailed Ducks, there will be a walk to suit you. Due to Covid-19 our max group size is now 6 and is restricted to one household/family group/social bubble. We are currently unable to offer our service of Wildlife Guiding.
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