The Torridon Hills surround Torridon village in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland, many are over 3000 feet high, so are considered Munros.
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Liathach is one of the most famous of the Torridon Hills. At a height of 3,461 feet (1,055 m)
Cape Wrath is the most North-Westerly point on the British mainland. Durness is the closest village some 10 miles (16km) to the south-east The sea cliffs around the cape rise Read more [...]
Duncansby Head is the most northeasterly part of the British mainland, including the famous John o’ Groats and marked by Duncansby Head Lighthouse, built by David Alan Stevenson in 1924. The Read more [...]
The Cairngorms National Park is a national park located in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Established in 1983, it covers nearly 1,800 square miles of beautiful countryside across north-east Read more [...]
Ben Rinnes is a mountain popular with hikers with the sight from the summit that is described as amazing.
Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the British Isles, standing at 1,345 metres (4,411 ft), it is located at the western end of the Grampian Mountains in the Lochaber Read more [...]
Ben Hope is the most northerly Munro, in an area known for it’s peat-covered moorland. The mountain is roughly a triangular wedge, with a great crag on the west, with Read more [...]
Beinn Eighe is a complex mountain massif in the Torridon area of the Highlands of Scotland. It forms a long ridge with many spurs and summits, two, Ruadh-stac Mòr and Spidean Read more [...]
Bealach na Ba is a pass through the mountains on the Scottish Highlands’ Applecross peninsula. It is a twisting, single-track mountain road, and is the third highest road in the Read more [...]
Am Buachaille is a sea stack, or vertical rock formation composed of Torridonian Sandstone. The stack is 65 metres (213 ft) high and located 1 mile (1.6 km) south-west of Sandwood Bay. Read more [...]