The penultimate section starts out from Campbeltown and follows the shores of Campbeltown Loch taking you past the sentinel of Davaar Island at the entrance of the Loch.
|Long, moderate gradients on a mix of smooth, firm footpaths and tarmac minor roads. Gates, stiles, boardwalk and public road crossings will all be encountered.||
|Start / End grid reference NR719205 NR689076||Ascent
|Davaar Island Cave Painting, the busy, working harbour in Campbeltown and enjoy a dram at one of our distilleries - Springbank or Glen Scotia. How about a round of golf at Dunaverty?||Discover|
|Mostly cloudy throughout the day and windy starting tomorrow morning. Outlook: Light snow (1–3 cm.) on Wednesday and next Thursday, with temperatures falling to 0°C next Thursday.||
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Davaar Island is linked to the shore at low tide by a natural shingle causeway called the Doirlinn. In a cave on the island is an image of the Crucifixion painted by Archiebald MacKinnon in 1887.
The single track road known locally as the Leerside offers a stunning seascape of Arran, Ireland and the Ayrshire coast to walkers on this quiet and peaceful road. The road takes you to Polliwilline Farm where you will then head towards the shore and a beautiful piece of coast walking right along to Kilmashenachan where you will follow a minor road to the hamlet of Mill Park and then join the B842 on into Southend village.