Inchnadamph - Near Lochinver AreaSubmitted by Owen McCafferty on Sun, 2009-11-29
Inchnadamph Area List
The unspoilt countryside of Inchnadamph Area is wild and spectacular, abounding in streams, waterfalls, mountains and lochs. Inchnadamph in the parish of Assynt in Sutherland is today a tiny hamlet. In the past it comprised of two substantial settlements separated by the River Traligill. Inchnadamph lay to the south of the river and the area to the north was known variously as Kirkton, Achnahiglash or Balnaheglise, all names incorporating words meaning church. Good for hill walking, climbing, angling, caving, geology, photography, painting and bird-watching. The Highland Council has a free Ranger service based at the Visitor Centre in Lochinver. Each year they organise an extensive programme of walks taking in the attractions of the area, including the coast line and the Bone Caves at Inchnadamph.
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