The northern section of the Cape Wrath Trail continues through the remote north west over a challenging 90 miles of moorland and glens from Ullapool to Cape Wrath.
Depart Ullapool through Inverlael Forest moorland and beautiful Glen Douchary before reaching the River Oykel, a picturesque salmon fishing river. Continue by rugged Conival and Ben More Assynt before descending to the shore of Loch Assynt and on to Kylestrome staying overnight in a series of bothies and hostels along the route.
Our trail moves ever north across the moors and up to the lonely summit of Ben Dreavie passing beneath dramatic Ben Stack before descending to a fine old stalkers' route round the west side of Arkle to emerge at Rhiconich on the west coast.
The final stretch of the walk follows a track and then an excellent path to the stunning beach at Sandwood Bay to end at the extreme north/west point of mainland Scotland, Cape Wrath.
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CNDo was formed in 1984 and specializes in walking tours across Scotland. If your passion is to walk the remote hills and glens trodden through the generations, CNDo will deliver that experience. A typical CNDo Tour will involve the services of a Qualified Guide and consists of a group numbering no more than 8 persons over the duration of a week with full minibus transportation, accommodation and breakfasts included. The tour makes for forming relationships that last a lifetime against a backdrop of iconic locations throughout Scotland from the Western Highlands and Shetland.
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