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    Roll of honour

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?

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  • Anthony Gerald Bishop’s photo

    Anthony Gerald Bishop


    Favourite moment

    Having lunch at Lochan Fada then moving on to spend the night wild camping at Loch An Nid and holding onto the tent whilst the storm blew in!

  • Quentin’s photo

    Quentin


    Favourite moment

    Arriving at Riconnich to see Paul had a pint waiting for me.

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  • Pete Lambert’s photo

    Pete Lambert


    Favourite moment

    Meeting Mrs. L. at Glendhu bothy and spending the whole day sitting in the sunshine and NOT walking.

  • John Hume’s photo

    John Hume


    Favourite moment

    The walk from Sourlies to Kinlochhourn

  • James Yurchenco’s photo

    James Yurchenco


    Favourite moment

    Amy: All of the tidal lochs. James: Experiencing something of wild Scotland while walking across the trackless moors.

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  • Fabian Rusnjak’s photo

    Fabian Rusnjak


    Favourite moment

    When I caught a glimpse of the lighthouse approaching Sandwood Bay.

  • Billymaca & Shaun Challoner’s photo

    Billymaca & Shaun Challoner


    Favourite moment

    Sitting on the last night outside Kervaig bothy watching the stunning sunset.

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  • The Barczok Brothers’s photo

    The Barczok Brothers


    Favourite moment

    We had 6 days of cold but dry and sunshiny weather which was great especially since we had those days around Sandwood Bay and Glendhu.

Watercolour of Sourlies Bothy, Knoydart by Anthony Harper Return to website