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Spectacular views

You can get a great view along with surrounding mountains coming into Ullapool on the ferry. While... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
gaz4caz
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Ardrishaig, United Kingdom
Great walk

Excellent walk. Brilliant views and a bit of exercise to boot. You need reasonable footwear and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
918theb
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Dunblane, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You can get a great view along with surrounding mountains coming into Ullapool on the ferry. While this is not a particularly high mountain, the view of The Minch, Islands and surrounding mountains is quite spectacular, especially with snow on the tops.

Thank gaz4caz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Three of us walked up here on Thursday. As mountains go, it isn't very high but it isn't a simple ramble up a hill. If the weather is fine, its ok. However if its been raining previously then it can be slippy or boggy and...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent walk. Brilliant views and a bit of exercise to boot. You need reasonable footwear and clothing but is a straight forward introduction to walking

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Reviewed 15 October 2018 via mobile

This was a good climb up and with the incredible views from the top that even the rain couldn’t spoil. It’s quite steep up and down and the circular route can take different routes in places. The car park is very small but it’s worth...More

Thank jeannettesolotravel
Reviewed 6 September 2018

Stac Pollaidh is a beautiful hike, but can be moderately difficult to the summit and gets steep at times. There are two main trails - one more difficult than the other, so be aware of the elevation gains on the trail map near the trailhead...More

Thank L1368PLdavidf
Reviewed 29 August 2018

This is our favourite walk in the Coigach region. A circular walk up to the top viewing area can be done easily in 4 hours - but take your time to explore and enjoy the views over to the Summer Isles. The paths are well...More

Thank Andre H
Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile

An excellent walk but be prepared for a lot of steps up and down - there are no flat bits. The first part is steps up through bushes and trees and then you emerge onto the lower mountain. The clockwise route would be steeper and...More

Thank 5cruffy
Reviewed 8 August 2018

This is an astonishing place, nothing else in the world that I have seen, from the Himalayas, to Yosemete to Nepal and the mountains of Kenya come close to the astonishing shapes and feeling given off from this mountain area. It is a single track...More

Thank Carolastj
Reviewed 1 August 2018

By taking the right hand path we were able to get to the top. those along the more gentle left hand path might not have made it across as a recent rock fall

Thank zazu2012
Reviewed 15 July 2018

Small in height, big on personality (613m). Whilst once of the smallest hills in an area of smaller hills this needs to be visited if your in the area. For non-walker/climbers it worth seeing just to appreciate its striking shape from different directions. For those...More

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kerina282
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Response from NiallInTheHills | Reviewed this property |
No, but the fitter you are the more it will help. It's a fairly short hill by Scottish terms, but is steep in places. Also if you look to scramble to the true summit being fit an nimble will be helpful, but not essential... More
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hollybag
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Response from Zzzzzxz | Reviewed this property |
Most fit dogs would manage the path I think, but in places the path to the summit is narrow and if the hill was busy, a roaming dog might be unsettling for others. The circular route around the hill 'root' would possibly... More
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