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Knoydart

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Sandwiched between Lochs Nevis and Hourn, Knoydart is one of the most dramatic and unspoilt places in Scotland.

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Some of the finest scenery in Scotland can be found around Knoydart. Labelled as ‘Scotland’s last wilderness’, Knoydart is only accessible by boat from Mallaig or Glenelg, or by a 16 mile long walk (approximately two day’s hike) over the mountains where Bonnie Prince Charlie is supposed to have taken refuge after Culloden.

The fjord-like sea lochs flank the peak-clad peninsula of Knoydart making the area a perfect base for a walking holiday. Whether it is Munro bagging or just leisurely coastal walks, visitors are guaranteed a relaxing stay and unforgettable experience.  Knoydart is also home to mainland Britain’s most remote pub!

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Some of the finest scenery in Scotland can be found around Knoydart. Labelled as ‘Scotland’s last wilderness’, Knoydart is only accessible by boat from Mallaig or Glenelg, or by a 16 mile long walk (approximately two day’s hike) over the mountains where Bonnie Prince Charlie is supposed to have taken refuge after Culloden.

The fjord-like sea lochs flank the peak-clad peninsula of Knoydart making the area a perfect base for a walking holiday. Whether it is Munro bagging or just leisurely coastal walks, visitors are guaranteed a relaxing stay and unforgettable experience.  Knoydart is also home to mainland Britain’s most remote pub!

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