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In the South of Skye

The Sleat peninsula has some of the most beautiful, and sometimes challenging walks that reflect the more gentle terrain of this southern end of Skye. Wherever you go there will be something to see - may be an eagle soaring overhead, deer on the hillsides, otters playing on the shoreline or basking sharks and dolphins making their way down the Sound. Just remember to keep your eyes and ears open and take time to look around you - you may be surprised by what you see!

In 2014 the Sleat Community Council and Visit Sleat have published a lovely new Paths Leaflet for Sleat featuring four of the finest walks in our peninsula together with a small selection of short wanders across the area.  Copies are available in the Armadale Tourist Office, CalMac at the Pier, Clan Donald Skye and many of our hotels, cottages and  bed and breakfasts.  To help you plan in advance you can see an image of each of the pages below: Enjoy your walk!

Page 1, Page 2 and Page 3

If you are looking for more of a challenge then Sleat is only a short drive away from the iconic Cuillin Hills where you can walk, climb and bag Munros and then retire to some fantastic coastal scenery and quality accommodation.

Click HERE to visit our interactive map to discover the many walks in Sleat.

Click on the links below to discover more about the wildlife in Sleat:

SKYE BIRDS
RSPB
OTTERS
BASKING SHARKS
WHALES & DOLPHINS
HIGHLAND WALKS

The official site of Visit Sleat