Walk freely over Muck, from the beach that's popular with grey seals, to local shops selling clothes made of Muck wool.
Muck might be little, but you can roam freely over it. And at only two miles long by one mile wide, that shouldn't take very long. The community is enterprising - making rugs and hand knitted garments from Isle of Muck wool and baskets from Muck willow. Gallanach beach is spectacular and you can climb up Beinn Airein for great views of the other islands.
The ferry to Muck leaves from Mallaig. You must make a booking for both vehicles and passengers if you wish to travel by calling our Customer Contact Centre . If you are taking a vehicle you must have a permit to travel ( see timetable for more information).
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Mallaig is a port on the North West coast, and makes a great base for your adventures on the Isles.
Mallaig is roughly 3 hours 30 minutes from Glasgow, or 4 hours from Edinburgh by car. There are no electric vehicle charging points on the Small Isles however three rapid charging points are available in Mallaig at the West Bay Car Park, approximately 300m from the Terminal Building.
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Mallaig is easily reached by bus from Glasgow with a change in Fort William. Check out our Journey Planner for more details.
From Glasgow it is possible to catch the train direct to Mallaig, on one of the World's most beautiful train journeys. The fastest train takes 5 hours 14 minutes and includes a crossing on the famous Glenfinnan viaduct which featured in the Harry Potter films. Check Journey Planner for train times.
The Isle of Muck is the smallest of the Small Isles archipelago among the Scottish Inner Hebrides. It's just less than 2.5 miles east to west, but there is several scheduled ancient monuments, such as A'chille 'the old village' dotted around the island and you need to get out and walking to find them.
Mountain biking is the perfect way to explore the Small Isles. Muck has only got 2 miles of roads which are generally on flat ground and is an easy cycle for all ages. There is amazing views of both Rum and Eigg, where it is possible to witness the entire length of the Sgurr ridge.
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