Kayaks on Loch AweSeptember 19, 2019 in the United Kingdom ⋅ ☁️ 16 °C
Loch Awe was like a mirror and perfect for paddling and a spot of lunch.
Parked at the end of the road. First go at dry (wild) camping in Minnie Peg. Great scenery with views over the sea to Jura and Scarba with the infamous Corryvrechan whirlpool. Had a great hike out to the end of the peninsula. Weather was overcast, but clearing over Jura.Read more
Abbey was first consecrated in 1121 and in 1540 the townspeople of Tewkesbury paid Henry VIII £453 for it when he dissolved the monasteries and seized all the valuables. It became the parish church and it is huge and stunning inside.Read more
The village of Cheddar sits at the start of the gorge. Great pasties for lunch from the Lion Rock Tea Rooms. Visited Gough’s Cave and climbed the 274 steps of Jacob’s Ladder and had a stroll along the cliff top trail. Busy place as it was bank holiday Monday.Read more