Inverpolly Nature Reserve
Inverpolly Nature Reserve
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A visit to this nature reserve takes visitors "off the beaten track" to explore its magnificent, remote and rugged setting, and a chance to experience some of Scotland's most distinctive mountains of Suilven, Stac Pollaidh and Canisp.
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Daniel H
2 contributions
Jun 2022
My wife and I spent 3 days in Ullapool in late June, 2022. Very cute town, good fish and chips, and a nice niche bookstore. We were really there for the hiking, especially the Inverpolly nature Reserve, which also includes Stac Pollaidh and Knockagan Crag (wife is a geologist so this was especially interesting to her although it is appealing to anyone with a curious mind about such things). Stac Pollaidh is awesome. We went because there was supposed to be a break in the weather for a few hours, and set off with blue skies, but before getting up to the ridge the skies clouded up and we got dumped on. We decided to stick it out and after 15 minutes the clouds parted, and there was magic light, magic ground fog, and this is a can't miss area IMO.
Written 10 July 2022
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ColDogMacK
Glasgow, UK154 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
Fabulous area with breathtaking views as well as lots of wildlife and flora.
Saw lots of deer, with some young stags growing into their antlers
Written 13 May 2019
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Kaz D
London, UK126 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
The weather was perfect, clear blue skies. Be careful of the Pot holes - we hit a deep one and were charged by our rental company for the damage. A clear sign should say " Be Careful - Pot holes"! Other than that a great day out.
Written 3 May 2018
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Tony C
1 contribution
Jul 2017
There are roads which pass through it but to really appreciate this wild and beautiful landscape you have to immerse yourself in it on foot.
The profusion of wild flowers and orchids in the summer months make this the best time ,in my opinion ,to visit.
Climbing a hill like Stac Pollaidh gives a birds eye view of the landscape and unique geology of the area.
Written 29 April 2018
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Joy K
Kinlochleven, UK57 contributions
Mar 2018 • Couples
The expansion of views will take your breath away. You can walk for miles and the views keep getting better
Written 3 April 2018
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sjgiants
California320 contributions
Jun 2017 • Couples
I spent a couple of days driving, exploring, snapping photos and drinking in this glorious scenery. Based in Ullapool, you have some absolutely stellar views to discover.
Written 14 July 2017
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Vanessa G
East Sussex, UK180 contributions
Jun 2017 • Solo
A beautiful place to visit, whether on foot, bike or car. Some of the most stunning scenery in the UK.
Written 27 June 2017
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Mike B
North Luffenham, null, United Kingdom40 contributions
Nov 2016 • Friends
I stayed near Inverpolly last week (mid November 2016) and visited the area walking the hills. It is a truly unique spot in the highlands with Golden Eagles, stags and hinds and plenty of wildlife. The light is brilliant up there and very clear. Local pubs are welcoming and food is good and not too touristy. Being on the coast you get some incredible weather fronts so pack waterproofs. The temperature is quite low at this time of year with snow on the hills. A plus is no midges. I recommend a walk up Stac Polly. You can rent a cottage on the estate or stay in a local pub. I stayed with some friends in Achiltibuie which has views over to the Summer Isles and has a Post Office and decent shop. You can salmon and trout fish in the season and plenty of deer stalking.
Written 22 November 2016
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tonyjhc
La Rosiere, France48 contributions
Jun 2015
This area contains some of the oldest rocks on earth and has an a unique landscape of mountains ,lochs flora and fauna in one of the last wilderness areas of Britain.Very few roads and to experience the best of the interior you will need to hike or perhaps paddle in by canoe.
June and July up here gives the opportunity to see an abundance of wild flowers and even orchids.
Written 15 March 2016
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alecwemyss
Lanark, UK47 contributions
May 2015
A great outdoor experience if weather permitting wide selection of plants being on gulf stream coast visitor centre has good light meals cafe shop
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Written 24 September 2015
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