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Glen Docherty Photograph Scotland

View down Glen Docherty, near Kinlochewe, Highlands of Scotland. 10x8 Photograph (25x20cm) View down Glen Docherty from Robert Harding.

Glen Docherty, Scotland. Valley that runs from a point five miles west of Achnasheen northwest to Kinlochewe. There are excellent views of Loch Maree and the mountains surrounding it.


The North West Highlands is the last area in Britain which could truthfully be described as genuinely wild. This guide to 24 of the finest walks in this gloriously lonely and often breathtakingly beautiful landscape is aimed, not at climbers, who are already well catered for, but at walkers who wish to enjoy the wild country and, while prepared to tackle rough terrain, do not necessarily have the skills and equipment that may be needed on the higher hills. The walks, which range from six to seventeen miles in length are mostly circular and in all cases begin and end at sites with space for parking and access to public transport. Some of the routes, though by no means all, run through land owned by the National Trust for Scotland. The landscapes through which they pass range from the tightly packed hills and glens of Ardgour, Moidart and Knoydart in the south to the wild moors of the extreme north over which a few peaks like Suilven, Canisp and Quinag tower in splendid isolation. The Guide to Walks in North-West Highlands (National Trust for Scotland).

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