From Muckle Geo follow the cliffs upward to get a view of a spectacular group of sea stacks in the Geo of Estiness. The largest of these is the flat topped Erne’s Stack once the home of the White Tailed Sea Eagle. These became extinct in Britain when the last one was shot in Shetland in 1918, but subsequently have been successfully reintroduced to mainland Scotland. Continue to the highest point of the cliff get a view of the long headland of Lambigart and the pointed Rooi Stack.
Follow the cliffs along the east coast of Lambigart. This opens up great views south-east towards Sil Wick across the bay with its many sea stacks, skerries, caves and natural arches. Continue around the headland now following the east shore of the next bay, which is Wester Wick. From the high neck of land between the bays you can frame magnificent views of the cliffs, stacks, skerries and beaches of Wester Wick.
Leave Lambigart and follow the cliffs above the shore of Wester Wick around and down to the beach below the settlement of Westerwick. The bay is often the haunt of seals, which haul out on the beaches, and otters can sometimes be seen fishing in the area. Westerwick is the birthplace of Vagaland, Shetland’s best known 20th century poet (Thomas Alexander Robertson 1903-1973).