Torridonian Highlands Travel Guide

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The mountains of Torridonian sandstone are possibly the only mainland mountains which can compete in beauty with the terrific Coolin of Skye. The Torridonian Peaks in the immediate area of Loch Torridon are large and provide walks along their numerous tops. Such are Liathack, Bein Alligin and Bein Eigh and, further north, the splendid ridge of An Teallach.

Further north still, above Ullapool, the mountains of Torridonian sandstone are radically dfferent though not inferior. They are not as high and appear as separate peaks such as Stac Pollaidh [overwalked because of proximity to a road] Cul Mor, Cul Beag, Canisp, Suilven [almost an expedition in itself,] and the much under-rated Quinag. From most of these the view encompasses myriads of tiny lakes as well as the other mountains.

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November 03, 2006 change by davidx

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