Paddling round Mull with Plas Menai

On Eorsa for a brew in a very choppy Loch na Keal
Eorsa offered us a landing spot and a shelter for a brew on the first day

A handy roof over our heads on Ulva
Camping next to this shelter meant we could eat and cook in the dry, and even managed a small fire!

Celtic cross - Inch Kenneth
A variety of very old gravestones and this impressive Celtic Cross grace Inch Kenneth

Setting off from the beach at Fidden
Starting out from Fidden at the end of the Ross of Mull

Poking into caves on Iona
The swell on the SW tip of Iona made for some exciting rock hopping

Camping, north side of the Ross
Camp at Traigh na Margaidh, north coast of Ross of Mull

Wilderness coast
I managed a landing at this cove, but to camp would have invited being trapped by the weather

Looking up Loch na Keal to Eorsa
Looking up Loch na Keal towards the end of our trip – Eorsa in the middle

Wilderness coast over Inch Kenneth
Camping on Inch Kenneth gave us beaches facing two ways to launch

Oystercatcher nest on Inch Kenneth
I almost stepped on this Oystercatcher nest when wandering on Inch Kenneth

Inch Kenneth campsite
Camping on Inch Kenneth opposite the Wilderness coast

The end of the trip at the head of Loch na Keal
We took out and packed up at the head of Loch na Keal

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