Completing the Cape Wrath Trail is the achievement of a lifetime. If you've made it to the lighthouse, why not add yourself to our roll of honour and tell us about your most memorable moment?
The first step into untrodden snow, waking up alone from a wild camp, and a glorious, if not freezing, dip at Sandwood. Plus finishing the last days with my dad.
Camping high above Strath na Sealga and looking down the valley towards Loch an Nid where we had come that day. Also the great welcome at the Ozone Cafe atCW!
Those idyllic places where you pitch your tent and you realise you are the only one there....
Celebrating my 73rd birthday in the Glencoul bothy after a really tough but exhilarating day, up over Glas Bheinn.
Meeting all these wonderful, truly exceptional people, CWT walkers, munro baggers and wonderful landlords and ladies (UllapoolYH, InchnadamphB&B) and the Scottish-Australian couple that treated me to dinner in Kinlochewe. ThankYou!Visit website
A night of quiet solitude at Glancoul - dramatic location after a very rough day.Visit website
Wild camp in beautiful Glen Douchary in (rare) sunshine
Sitting outside Glencoul bothy at 7pm in blazing sunshine with only the birdsong for company
Watercolour of Sourlies Bothy, Knoydart by Anthony Harper Return to website