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The Black Cuillin are a world famous range of mountains on the Isle of Skye. Mainly composed of basalt and gabbro, it is from the dark colour of the gabbro that the Black Cuillin derives its name. The summits of the Cuillin are bare rock, jagged in...more
The local authority needs to do something about the crowding on the scenic circuit route round the northeast section of the island before it is too late. We went in bad weather in early June and every car park and lay-by was filled beyond capacity....More
Anyone wishing to complete a round of Munros has to tackle the 11 peaks on the Cuillin Ridge. You can get a nice view of the ridge from the main road, and even from Portree on a fine day, but for hillwalkers it is generally...More
Awesome scenery which we viewed from Glen Brittle. We had a day of good weather with equivalent views and then the following day torrential rain with the cloud base at a few hundred feet obscuring everything.
Irrespective, the remoteness of these mountains and the relatively...More
You will get views of these mountains from various roads on Skye. For the well prepared, various trails will take you alongside them, and onto them. But the latter is best done by experienced walkers/climbers.
The weather on Skye can change rapidly, for better and...More
This is one of the most beautiful sceneries. Great place for walks, scrambling or climbing ..
The Isle of Skye is the place to be, unfortunately very busy during the summer months..but still beautiful!
Saw this amazing scenery driving all around Skye on a beautiful sunny day. What a beautiful country, well worth the minor hassles from the narrow and often one-track roads and tight squeezes. In summer very tough to find space in the car parks and viewing...More