The Cuillin Ridge
From Elgol, on the Isle of Skye you can see the remarkable backdrop of the Cuillin mountains (sometimes called the Black Cuillin) plunging steeply into the Atlantic on the far side of Loch Scavaig, one of the finest wilderness locations in the British Isles. Reaching heights of over 3,000ft these jagged peaks are considered by many to be the most dramatic range of mountains in Britain. The remnants of a volcanic eruption over 50 million years ago.
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From Outer Hebrides and Skye