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less than 5 miles
A steady climb then a long descent to Durness, the most northerly point of the route.
Assynt Crofter's Trust offers red deer stalking and salmon, sea trout and wild brown trout fishing.
less than 10 miles
Long climbs with impressive views of sea-lochs and mountains.
The Ridgway family has run outstanding adventure courses and holidays for all ages at Ardmore since 1969. Sea kayaking and hillwalking holidays, family adventure holidays and summer camps for young people where the mountains meet the sea.
less than 20 miles
Travel silently by sea kayak and immerse yourself in wilderness, discovering deserted islands, wild coastlines, natural rock arches and white sand beaches.
Interesting mountains and wild scenery, narrow roads with passing places.
Mountain Bike Trails
An eleven mile journey to the north-west tip of Scotland.
This is certainly the most hilly road in Scotland
This angling club in Lochinver offers wild brown trout fishing to the public.
less than 50 miles
There has been a golf club beside Gairloch Sands since 1898. Before that time, Parish records show that golf was regularly played on the links amongst the sand dunes.