an sgurr & grulin

Climb to the top of the Sgurr, Eigg’s highest point, for dramatic views across Eigg, the Small Isles, Skye and Ardnamurchan (5miles, 3-4hrs, moderate hill walk)

This can be linked with a return route via ruins of the Clearance village of Grulin. (4miles/2.5hrs if walked independently from the Sgurr, easy terrain)

caves & lodge gardens

An easy walk from the Glebe through the Lodge Gardens and onto the cliff top path on the south east of Eigg, dropping down to explore the Massacre Cave and Cathedral Cave.

(3.5miles approx, gently undulating)

kildonnan coastal walk

A short stroll across the fields from the Glebe brings you to the historic Kildonnan graveyard and roofless chapel. From there you can walk to the beach, past the 18th Century Mill and follow a cliff path back to the pier or cut through the field back to the Glebe.

(2.5miles approx, easy terrain)

laig beach & forest trail

Follow the road to Cleadale, passing the Catholic Chapel to visit Laig Beach, a ¼ mile long white shale beach facing Rum and the Cuillins of Skye. A varied return route can be made behind Laig Farm and through the Forestry to the Glebe.

(6.5miles approx)

singing sands beach

Walk to Cleadale to visit the Singing Sands, a stunning musical quartz beach at the north western tip of the island.

This can be combined with unmarked route along the top of the cliff behind Cleadale or along the top of the sea cliffs to Laig Beach.

(6.5miles approx)