Escapade to Isle of Bute

Sometimes, we are so entrenched in our ordinary day to day life that we often forget the world around us and its beauty. The wonders of nature never cease to surprise and there are so many places around Greenock that, by their enchanting attractiveness, are deserving of a visit. One of those places is the Isle of Bute.

I had a chance of been invited for a walk there with a few friends from the Greenock Cut Volunteers. It was just a matter of taking a journey by train from Greenock to Wemyss bay and, from there, hop on the ferry to Rothesay.

Loch Ascog and hills

Loch Ascog and hills

hils on Isle of Bute

Beech tree at the entrance of the wood.

Beech tree at the entrance of the wood.

Coast of Isle of Bute

The moor and coast of Isle of Bute

entrance of the wood

entrance of the wood

bute_pines

Pine forest

pine forest

View of Isle of Bute coast and Arran Island

View of Isle of Bute coast and Arran Island

View of Arran Island from Isle of Bute

View of Arran Island from Isle of Bute

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Isle of bute

Isle of bute

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