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This is certainly the most hilly road in Scotland
This angling club in Lochinver offers wild brown trout fishing to the public.
Travel silently by sea kayak and immerse yourself in wilderness, discovering deserted islands, wild coastlines, natural rock arches and white sand beaches.
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Interesting mountains and wild scenery, narrow roads with passing places.
This section is a diversion from the main route, beautiful beaches and wonderful views.
The area of Coigach, north west of Ullapool is best known for its walking but this short (9 mile) cycle route is as good as any of the walks with great coastal and mountain views.
Back to the main route again - extremely hilly!
less than 20 miles
This driving route boasts some of the most magnificent scenery in Europe - wild mountains and lochs, foaming salmon rivers, rugged coastlines with mighty sea cliffs and secluded sandy bays.
Despite it's relatively moderate distance of 33 miles this is quite a tough route since it's almost constantly hilly. However, the scenery is amongst the most dramatic in Scotland which certainly helps make up for the amount of effort required.
Assynt Crofter's Trust offers red deer stalking and salmon, sea trout and wild brown trout fishing.