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The Category Sutherland is a subset of Highland. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Sutherland which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.caithness.org/geography/walksincaithness/

Overview

Walking in Caithness - & Some Sutherland 'Caithness has a huge range of walking possibilities from coastal paths along spectacular cliffs or inland to see castles, brochs or pictish places.   Caithness is also one of the least developed counties in Scotland so you may often find that interesting places are not sign posted.  A map or local book of the area will be of great help ...'

www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/forsinard-flows/

Size (acreage)44000
Overview

'As the largest of the RSPB reserves, we manage a vast peatland landscape which visitors can experience by exploring one of our two self-guided trails or joining one of our guided walks. The new Flows Lookout Tower gives a unique perspective of the pool system on our Dubh Lochan Trail, which is a classic example of the type of pools that are found throughout the Flow Country.'

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RSPB

www.nwhgeopark.com

Overview

'Located in the far north of the Scottish mainland. With stunning mountain landscapes, clean sandy beaches, ancient settlements and thriving communities, there is plenty to see and do!'

www.walkhighlands.co.uk/sutherland/

Overview

'Sutherland and Caithness are the most northerly parts of mainland Britain ...'

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Walkhighlands

www.caithness.org/geography/walksincaithness/Durnesswalkingnetwork.pdf

Overview

'The area covered by the Durness path network may seem largely wild and remote in character but it remains a working landscape that is also highly important for wildlife and plants ... Please keep to the routes as described in the Booklet and respect the area's life and work.' ALERT The Link has been changed from that formerly used.

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Durness.org: The Past and Present of Durness

www.highland.gov.uk/downloads/file/1085/east_sutherland_s_top_ten_wood...

Overview

Leaflet prepared by Highland Birchwoods on behalf of East Sutherland Woodlands.

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The Highland Council

www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=27

Distance (miles)12
Overview

'Sadly we have no survey of the whole of this route. However, it has been reported to us that access is dissuaded by a painted notice on the gateposts at the Kinloch Lodge road end. Although this is the line of the Moine Path right of way, a suggested alternative is to use the estate track that lies 400m further north along the public road. This passes the derelict Kinloch House and joins the Moine Path at NC551525. Any recent survey of this right of way would be very welcome indeed ...'

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Heritage Paths

www.walkhighlands.co.uk/sutherland/sandwood-bay.shtml

Distance (miles)8
Overview

'A walk in along a bleak moorland track is amply rewarded when the fabulous views of Sandwood Bay come into view, perhaps the most beautiful beach in Britain. Spend time exploring the mile of golden sand and dunes, with rocky cliffs and a giant sea stack to complete the scene. Despite its popularity, Sandwood Bay never seems busy as the beach is big enough to absorb the visitors.'

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Walkhighlands

www.sutherland-trail.info/index.cfm

Distance (miles)69
Overview

'Walking route of around 70 miles through the northwest highlands of Scotland established by the well known Scottish outdoors writer Cameron McNeish. It runs from Lochinver to Tongue, or Tongue to Lochinver, through some of the most beautiful and remote landscape in western Europe. This Website is an account by Paul Stewart who completed the trail solo and unassisted in June 2010.'

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Paul Stewart

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Sutherland Trail [LDWA]

www.discoverassynt.co.uk/walk

Overview

'Walkers & Climbers - whether experienced or not - are spoiled for choice here. There are two Munros in the area - Ben More Assynt and Conival, located on the eastern edge of Assynt are popular with the keen mountaineer. But there are many more walks & climbs to suit all ages and abilities – low level walks, coastal strolls, and rock climbing on the sea cliffs or the mountains.'

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Discover Assynt

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