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Adrian G wrote a review Sep 2020
15 contributions3 helpful votes
We took a tour with Misty Isle boat tours to Loch Coruisk and were not disappointed. Loch Coruisk is nestled in the Cullin hills with dramatic scenery all round along with some great wildlife sightings. Definate trip to take, especially in good weather
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Matt wrote a review Aug 2020
Stirling, United Kingdom11 contributions
Go - enjoy it’s beauty and how remote it is. Don’t tell anyone else or it might be spoiled! It’s inaccessible unless you like for about 4 hours or take a boat trip. Utterly magnificent!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sorana M wrote a review Dec 2019
26 contributions3 helpful votes
The scenery is breathtaking. It is a must see and do if you are in the area. Don't miss it. We took the Misty Isle Boat Trip and had a wonderful adventure https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g1224708-d1544341-Reviews-Misty_Isle_Boat_Trips-Elgol_Isle_of_Skye_The_Hebrides_Scotland.html
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Date of experience: May 2019
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SimonBrent wrote a review Oct 2019
Swindon, United Kingdom4 contributions2 helpful votes
If you do not go to anywhere else make sure that you take gs time yo go here you will not be sorry.... the peace and quiet is deafening.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Clive G wrote a review Sep 2019
Worcester, United Kingdom23 contributions6 helpful votes
Sgurr na Stri has been on my bucket list for a few years, and here's why. Sgurr na Stri is the small arrow head shaped peak to the right of the main Cuillin ridge when viewed across the bay from Elgol on the Isle of Skye. It is only 494 metres high, which is mere 59 metres (193 feet) higher than dear old Worcestershire Beacon back home in the Malvern Hills. However, as you can see it has some truly spectacular neighbours. The day had not started in a very promising way, as the shot of the boats in Kentra Bay shows, but amazingly enough the weather perked up when I got to Skye - and it's not often you can say that! It was a good walk in from Kilmarie on the Elgol Road, up over the Am Mam pass and down to the remote settlement at Camasunary. From there Monty and I crossed a little river, the Abhainn Camas Fhionnairigh, and then climbed steeply over rough ground into the coire. Topping out you get tantalising glimpses of what is to come, and also back towards Blaven. I knew were close to the summit as we walked up a groove, and then we turned the last corner ...and was confronted with this. I couldn't help myself and let out a very audible '@@@@ me!!!', much to the amusement of a young Austrian couple who were already at the summit. In fact we were the only three people there, taking it in what has to be one of the finest views in these Isles. I've been climbing hills in England, Scotland and Wales for more than 40 years, and have seen many many stunning views - its why I keep doing it. However, I can honestly say there are few more breathtaking views than this.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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