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Mull Head Nature Reserve, Deerness
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
See sedimentary rocks at Mull Head Nature Reserve, which were formed by layers of mud, and sand over millions of years ago. At the visitors’ center find out about the landscapes, and attractions you can see during your hike. Here, you can learn about the wildlife you can encounter, and where to go birdwatching. The site offers trails of different length. Go along the coastline to walk around the whole reserve. Take a steep path to see the remains of Norse chapel. Wear comfortable, and supporting hiking shoes in order to be able to take every path. Use our Deerness vacation planner to arrange your visit to Mull Head Nature Reserve and other attractions in Deerness.
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I was lucky and the sun came out for my walk on Mull Head Nature Reserve. Stunning cliff top scenery that is literally breathtaking. One of my three favourite spots that I visited in my 9 days on Orkn... read more »
We were lucky and went on a calm dry day though can imagine it would get pretty wild in the wind!! Lovely walk and scenery, get away from it all!! The gloup is well worth a look. Proper walking gear n... read more »
Windswept, heather, heath, rocky shorelines, dangerous and brooding. Okay, understand all that now as we visited the reserve, got off the beaten path, found another one and was awed by the scenery. Un... read more »
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