Stac Pollaidh, Scotland

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Although small in height, Stac Pollaidh is one of the most spectacular mountains in Scotland, seemingly erupting from the Assynt plain. It offers some fantastic photo opportunities and for those interested in climbing it, the top offers some of the best viewpoints in the UK. A round trip to the top and back takes about 3 hours with some mild scrambling near the summit. Please ensure you are adequately equipped though and check the weather forecast! For those not seeking to climb, venture down to the edge of Loch Lurgainn to soak in more of the Assynt atmosphere. Whether you climb Stac Pollaidh or not, make sure to keep an eye out for both Golden Eagles and Sea Eagles as you enjoy this stunning area. (Photo Credit - K B via Unsplash)
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  • Stac Pollaidh, Ullapool IV26 2XY, UK
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