From Wormadale To Loch of Voe and Sae Water
Looking back at the end of Yesterdays walk
I head North towards Wormadale Hill
Looking back from Wormadale Hill
Pass to the West of Trolla Water
And a bus full of twitchers
Over the Water works
Looking back at Trolla Water
Bonxie is back
Heading towards Hill of Skurron 144M
Some deserted Crofts possible as result of Clearances made by lairds in the 19th Century for sheep in their greed for money.
Hopefully it and others like it wont be deserted if windfarm Grant chasers have their way and cause another round of clearances.
An old Land slip on Mid Kames
Looking East towards Nesting
This whole area of Shetland is thick peat bog. A great example of a carbon sink.
Looking towards Hoo Kame 209M.
The proposed Wind Farm turbines for this area will be higher than the height from the road below to the summit of Hoo Kame so it will more than double the Perceived height of this majestic hill.
Peat restoration works
Restoration Head quarters
Looking back along East Kames
Summit of Hoo Kame 209 M
Looking back at Hoo Kames
Loch of Voe and Sae Water from South Filla Runnie 133M
End of Days walk B9071
Daily Mileage 12.68 Miles
Ascent 464 M
Descent 532 M