June 21, 2021

Light up the Rhins!

Discover lighthouses, foghorns and beacons along the Rhins of Galloway Coast Path in a new guide about aids to navigation on this rugged coastline. Since people first ventured […]
May 10, 2021
RGCP Flower Guide Cover

Wildflowers at Logan Botanic Gardens

The popular Flower Friday Facebook posts have become analogue! Logan Botanic Gardens are currently hosting our ‘Wildflowers of Coastal Cliffs’ exhibition during May and June – […]
April 13, 2021
AOC Renders of the Kilmorie stone

The Kilmorie Stone: Enigmatic Imagery in the Rhins

March 31, 2021

Luce Mains cleared

The fallen tree blocking the gate at Luce Mains (between Hoddom Bridge and Brydekirk) is now cleared. This stretch is a pleasant riverside walk but inevitably, […]
March 24, 2021

New Annandale Way waymarking posts

New Annandale Way waymarking posts. Look out for these new style waymarker posts along the route. We will be rolling out the erection of these new […]
December 15, 2020
Fogbank over Mull of Galloway

Investigating the Mull of Galloway

The dramatic Mull of Galloway has long been an enigmatic location. There is archaeological evidence of human activity there from the Neolithic onwards, but the site […]
November 24, 2020

Joe Graham’s monument path repair

The path is now repaired leading up to Joe Graham’s monument from Almagill. In the spring grass will begin to grow through the new path surface […]
November 19, 2020

Myths, Legends, and Folklore

Do you know of any stories, ancient or modern, true or fantastic, connected to places on the Rhins coast? We would love to hear from you […]
November 5, 2020

A Hero set in Stone

The Kilmorie Stone, at Kirkcolm Church, dates to the 9th-10th centuries and features a depiction of mythical Scandinavian hero Sigurd, famous for many daring deeds including […]