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4 of the Best Walks on The Isle of Skye

Quick Skip Ben Tianavaig Best for: Wildlife spotting Ben Tianavaig sits isolated above Camastianavaig – a small hamlet which hugs the East Coast a few miles from Portree. The hill itself is a rocky mound which slips into the sea on one side and on the other is surrounded by rolling green pastures, vivid green bushes and plenty of

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5 Fantastic Reasons to Visit Dunvegan Isle of Skye

The route from Portree to Dunvegan is an easy, twenty-minute drive. As you gain distance, the closest town Skye has to a city shrinks away in the rear view mirror – and with it goes the tourists, shops, bustling atmosphere and town-like infrastructure. Heading north-east, through rolling moorlands, the buildings are few and far between. Patches of woodland punctuate

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A Day on The Isle of Raasay

The 8.25am ferry sliced through the cold blanket of morning mist that seems to cling to Skye in the early hours. The ferry was quiet, I could only count four or five cars aside from our own. The trip takes less than twenty-five minutes, yet somehow the island is often overlooked by day-trippers, who whizz past the ferry terminal

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What To Do In Sligachan: The Beating Heart Of Skye

Dizzying mountain peaks, intoxicating views and secluded wild swimming: at the very heart of Skye lies the magical Sligachan Glen: a wonderland for the intrepid holidaymaker. A deep valley nestled in the shadow of the dramatic Cuillin range, Sligachan during the summer months is a place to spend bright sunny days hiking, climbing and swimming – and cold, cloudless

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Elgol And The Boat to Loch Coruisk

Driving to Loch Coruisk We began our drive to Elgol, desperate to get out to sea. The journey to Elgol is a feat in itself – the roads are narrow and windy and the nine-mile trip from Broadford can take up to half an hour. Longer if you come across furry ginger roadblocks like we did! But it was

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