Assynt, Coigach & Ullapool

The Assynt, Coigach and Ullapool areas are spectacular, wild and beautiful.

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Photo of late winter snow on Quinag from the A894 main road between Inchnadamph and Kylesku
Late winter snow on Quinag from the A894 main road between Inchnadamph and Kylesku
Photo of Canisp reflected in the calm water of Assynt's Loch Awe
Canisp reflected in the calm water of Assynt’s Loch Awe
Photo of Canisp from the north end of Assynt's Loch Awe
Canisp from the north end of Assynt’s Loch Awe
Photo of the Summer Isles from Stac Pollaidh
The Summer Isles from Stac Pollaidh
Photo of a late winter evening view of Ben Mor Coigach from Stac Pollaidh
A late winter evening view of Ben Mor Coigach from Stac Pollaidh
Photo of a summer day on the beautiful north beach at Achmelvich
A summer day on the beautiful north beach at Achmelvich
Photo of Stac Pollaidh, Cul Beag and Cul Mor reflected in the water of Loch Cul Dromannan on a winter morning
Stac Pollaidh, Cul Beag and Cul Mor reflected in the water of Loch Cul Dromannan on a winter morning
Photo of Beinn Dearg with the Fannichs beyond, from Cona' Mheall
Beinn Dearg with the Fannichs beyond, from Cona’ Mheall
Photo of afternoon light over Assynt from Quinag's Sail Ghorm
Afternoon light over Assynt from Quinag’s Sail Ghorm
Photo of the Assynt giants of Conival and Ben More Assynt from the eastern slopes of Cul Mor
The Assynt giants of Conival and Ben More Assynt from the eastern slopes of Cul Mor
Photo of Quinag seen across the waters of An Caolas Cumhang and Loch a' Chairn Bhain from close to the Kylesku Bridge (Drochaid a' Chaolais Chumhaing)
Quinag seen across the waters of An Caolas Cumhang and Loch a’ Chairn Bhain from close to the Kylesku Bridge (Drochaid a’ Chaolais Chumhaing)

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