The Devil’s Pulpit …

Not a place for the faint of heart, we took on the Devil today.   The Devil’s Pulpit is an ancient natural formation, sculpted by mother nature.

As far as the dog would go ...

As far as the dog would go …


Mushroom Stone, used by Druids …

The burn has eroded through the soft limestone to create a canyon filled with the judgement of eerie faces, goading you to tread further and further into its secret depths (regardless of the eels which brush passed your legs) through the blood-red water, it rewards you periodically for your courage and fortitude with wee rest points surrounded with breathtaking beauty which inspires further exploration…


Use a stick to navigate …

… should you choose to venture be aware, health and safety for young children is required.  The surrounding fields do have livestock (not ideal if your dog is not used to them) try to stay on the edge of the field rather than walking through the middle, there will be ticks and midges and they love your blood.  Be respectful and take your rubbish home with you.  Also, if you open a gate – close it.



  1. Scally said,

    August 8, 2015 at 7:57 am

    I don’t see me doing much paddling, but if I ever get the urge I,ll take a Magills down to Saltcoats. LOL cheers scally.

    • JynxzCharm said,

      August 8, 2015 at 8:12 am

      Ha ha, cheers! Twas ver’near swimming at points, luckily it was a braw day since we both got soaked, camera drowned though. Hope yer enjoying this wee bit of summer.

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