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Binscarth to Wasdale 00, Firth, Orkney
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There is a lovely scenic walk between Finstown and Refuge Corner (pronunced Ref-uj). From Finstown the walk starts toward Binscarth Woods then through the woods and along a path with a view down over Binscarth and accross the lower land below. Then path then skirts around the Loch of Wasdale and on to Refuge Corner. This is a view from about half way along just before entering more open countryside to the north west.

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