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Celebrate National GetOutside Day 2018, Oban style!

Sep 24, 2018

Whether you crave adventure, want to get the whole family in the fresh air or you simply like a leisurely stroll, there is an outdoors activity sure to please in Oban & Lorn. To get you in the spirit, here are some of our favourite al fresco escapades: 


An Oban Walking Tour

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Led by certified and fully insured guides, an Oban Walking Tour takes in the town’s highlights while entertaining and educating with colourful tales and legends from its past. At 1.5 miles, this tour is on flat ground and appropriate for many fitness levels. Add on a McCaig’s Tower tour to get a workout as you walk up to Battery Hill via Jacob’s Ladder! www.obanwalkingtours.co.uk

 

Oban to Dunbeg Sustrans Cycle Route 

 

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A great experience for the whole family, this three-mile cycle route takes you from the centre of Oban, round Oban Bay on a minor road to Ganavan Sands, where you join a cycle path through woods and moorland to Dunbeg village. https://www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map/route/oban-to-dunbeg

 

Forest walks

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There are several tranquil forest trails within a few miles of Oban town centre that are perfect for a refreshing walk. Feel the stress melt away as you breathe in the fragrant evergreens and listen to the babble of burns and waterfalls- don't forget to pack a picnic! Our favourite Forest Commission trails include Cologin in Lerags, Fearnoch near Taynuilt and Sutherland’s Grove in Barcaldine. https://scotland.forestry.gov.uk/activities/walking 

Get involved online by joining in the conversation using the hashtag #GetOutsideDay across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. And don’t forget to also use #loveoban to share your outside experience with us! 



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Celebrate National GetOutside Day 2018, Oban style!

24 September 2018 at 10:41



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