Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Wed, 2009-12-09
Head for North Sutherland – from Tongue east to Melvich – and you’ll find an area of small crofting communities, inland moors, sandy beaches, cliffs and sheltered sea inlets.
Opportunities for walking and wildlife watching abound, while the story of the people who lived here in the past is also well worth exploring: find out about the proud Clan MacKay at Strathnaver Museum or visit Strathnaver itself – site of Highland Clearances in the 19th Century.
For anglers, the North offers a range of excellent angling opportunities – from the wide open expanses of the Flow Country around Forsinard to the hill lochs of the north coast.
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