The highest cliffs in Great Britain! These can be found approximately 5 miles from Cape Wrath. You will find a huge range of seabirds with Puffins, Terns, Razorbills, Fulmars and Kittiwakes among them. The cliffs have a drop of 281 metres!
The cliffs provide sanctuary for a significant colony of breeding seabirds. They have a drop of 920 feet (nearly 300 metres), which affords spectacular sea views, immense sea bird colonies with tens of thousands of puffins, razorbills, fulmars, kittiwakes and guillemots. Smoo cave is a large sea cave on the beach, accessible at all times with a waterfall into an inner chamber and when conditions are suitable you can take a short boat trip into the inner cave system.
Sutherland holds 50,000 pairs of puffins at Clo Mor cliffs. Durness is a coastal parish, which lies in Highland Council Area, some 35 miles (56 km) northwest of Lairg and 41 miles (67 km) north of Ullapool in Highland.
It is located in the old county of Sutherland, which disappeared following the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1974. The parish has an area of 585.1 sq. km (225.9 sq. miles). Durness has 4 neighboring parishes; namely Eddrachillis, Farr, Lairg and Tongue.
In the substantial sand dunes to the north of the village, a large colony of puffins can be approached to within less than 10 metres, offering superb opportunity for wildlife photography. Rock pipits also live on the beach.
Clo Mor Cliffs
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Clo Mor Cliffs
Heatherlea, Sangomore Durness,