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Brora Beach

Brora 20.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Brora
... bathing with breathtaking views--- I have seen whales, dolphin, porpois and seals and a mirriad of sea birds while the lobster boats sail in and out of the cute wee harbour You can even check the rocks for fos...
There's also a bonus for birdwatchers around the time I visited, in the form of a colony of terns nesting in a protected area of sand dunes.
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Big Burn Walk

Golspie 16.0 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Golspie
Fantastic walk, lots of little bridges to cross over the river, one huge waterfall along the way and then the main waterfall at the end, also climbed up to the skating pond.
Just behind the Golspie Inn it was a lovely walk, easy but a bit muddy in parts.It was lovely colours of Autumn and a relaxing walk with the water and bridges to cross
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Dornoch Beach

Dornoch 17.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Dornoch
Dornoch beach is accessible from a nearby car park, narrow tracks through long grass bring you to a golden sand beach stretching as far as the eye can sea in both directions with splendid hills to the north.
Walking south from the beach car park you are quickly progressing along a broad sandy beach bordered by sand dunes to the west and the North Sea to the east.
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Dunrobin Castle and Gardens

Golspie 17.0 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Golspie
Great history all with a fantastic Falconry display, but don’t miss the garden house with a host animal exhibits collected over the centuries by The Sutherland dynasty Great day out
Dunrobin Castle &Gardens are beautifully situated with the castle overlooking the ornately designed gardens, the castle itself is immaculate guides are there to answer any questions you may have giving you a clear...
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Hollingwells Equestrian

Edderton 16.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Edderton
We chose the picnic ride, which rode to a stunning viewpoint high above, where we rested the horses and enjoyed delightful Scottish food and drink in the company of our our lovely hosts.
We had so much fun on the trail ride, the horses were perfect, and our picnic lunch was delicious!
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Lairg
Stunning views and also fishing available, permits from tourist office in Lochinver.
Stunning, beautiful scenery with outdoor adventures.
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Lairg
I love this place, it has such a buzz about it, its great if you want to walk the dog through the many forest trails it has hidden surprises in the woods like tunnels and ring toss for kids to play to keep them en...
The salmon leap viewing point is a short walk down a path, there is a children's playground, and there are numerous other walks in the beautiful forest on well made paths, with seats and games for the kids along t...
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The Bone Caves

Ullapool 21.7 mi away
#4 of 11 Nature & Parks in Ullapool
Spectacular scenery including plenty of geographical features for those wishing to see some limestone features!
... if you're a but iffy on heights and you manage it :) only downside is that the carpark is barely signposted so you just have to know roughly where it is and stop when you see lots of cars by the roadside!

Loch Brora

Brora 16.4 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Brora
This is natural beauty at its best.A huge expanse of water framed by mountains and ever changing skies.
Perfect for fishing or canoeing this is a great place to bring the family for an afternoon.
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Lairg
Informative and haunting experience and it helps if you enjoy geology!
Fascinating geology
#4 of 4 Nature & Parks in Lairg

Aldie Burn

Tain 19.7 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Tain
Take a map on your phone or on paper to really explore this area, rich in archaeology and attractive woodland glades, streams and lochans.
Good climbing trees to find and a stream to paddle in and also a sheltered bench to keep dry in!
#2 of 11 Nature & Parks in Ullapool
The Ian Hamilton Findlay style carvings are inspiring and really well done; the paths are in good nick (even in pouring rain!) and the exhibitions are impressively weather resistent.
The landscape around here is simply stunning, and if you look from the crag, across the main road, you have a vista of heather scrubland, lochans and hills and mountains of all shapes and sizes.
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Alladale Wilderness Reserve

Ross and Cromarty 13.7 mi away
#18 of 20 Nature & Parks in Ross and Cromarty

Stac Pollaidh Mountain

Ullapool 29.6 mi away
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Ullapool
The well maintained path around Stac Pollaidh, with optional route to summit, is a moderate climb, but well worth it for the stunning views out over Cul Mor, Suilven and Canisp.
Easy road access and a short sharp uphill walk on mostly good paths to the fabulous saddle of Stac Pollaid (though the actual summit is for experienced climbers).
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Corrieshalloch Gorge

Ullapool 29.4 mi away
#3 of 11 Nature & Parks in Ullapool
I’m from thurso and I visited the gorge with my dad and it was amazing then when we got back to the car park we had a burger from the burger van! THE BURGERS ARE THE BEST I’VE EVER HAD! EVER!!!!! Would recommend!
wow!!! what a experience !!! the bridge is amazing but the forrest around and the nature which surrounds you is just breathtaking!! we were there in really poor weather condition but still enjoy the view from the...
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