Cape Wrath

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Scotland, United Kingdom

Cape Wrath Reviews

davidx davidx
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Remote north-west Scotland Jul 10, 2010
Cape Wrath is the north-west tip of Scotland, surrounded by one of the UK's last wildernesses. There is a road and a lighthouse but the road, although 11 miles long, does not connect with any other. To reach it you have to cross by passenger ferry from near Durness. Then you have to use the minibus.

Near to the Cape are the cliffs of Clo Mor where many seabirds, including puffins, guillemots and razorbillscan be seen in the breeding season. At other times htey go way out to sea. The chance of seeing seals is also high.
sarahelaine says:
I saw fawns here when we went. It was great.
Posted on: Jan 22, 2011
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