Date: Thursday 3rd September 2018
The weather had been pretty mixed on Harris, we’d been out and about but there hadn’t been a tempting day for any major walks.
Thursday continued the theme, but it looked like a decent afternoon so we thought we’d pop up Todun the easy way for some views.
Drove over the Clisham pass and then parked up at the high point of the Renigidale road at NB 212 040. Todun is an easy climb from here up its north ridge.
A couple of Sea Eagles were flying around the hill – too far away for decent photos but nice to see.
Todun is a great viewpoint – and has a lot of flat grass at the top so would be a superb camp spot too.
Visibility was superb and we could see all the way north-east to Cape Wrath, Rum was just visible across Skye.
Nipped back to our accommodation, had a shower and then drove round to Scalpay for tea at the North Harbour Bistro (well recommended). Had time for a quick jaunt out to the lighthouse before our booking.