West Island Way
It is a fairly easy walk of approximately 30 miles (48 km), passing through seashore, moorland, farmland and forest. The route opened in 2000 as part of Bute's millennium celebrates.
The route begins at Kilchattan Bay in the south of the island, and finishes at Port Bannatyne in the north, with Rothesay, the main town on Bute, as a central point. The hike can be completed over two fairly lengthy walking days. The official map and guide of the route is available from the Bute Discovery Centre.
- "The West Island Way". Isle of Bute. Retrieved 2009-08-05.
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