A Photo Gallery of hillwalking
in the Rough Bounds of Knoydart
Knoydart is a peninsula in Lochaber district on the west coast of Scotland sandwiched between Loch Nevis and Loch Hourn - ( "Loch Heaven" and "Loch Hell" ). The northern part is known as "na Garbh-Chržochan" ( "the Rough Bounds" ) because of its harsh terrain and remoteness. Knoydart is also referred to as "Britain's last wilderness" - it is only accessible by boat or by a 16 mile ( 26 km ) footpath from Kinlochhourn. Designated as a National Scenic Area, Knoydart is popular with hill walkers, mountaineers, sailors and wildlife enthusiasts. It includes the Munros of Ladhar Bheinn ( 1020 m )
and Sgurr na Cžche ( 1040 m ).
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