• Achfary forest

    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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  • Joaquim Alabarce&Dominique Lefol’s photo

    Joaquim Alabarce&Dominique Lefol


    Favourite moment

    Midgies!
  • Robert Higgs’s photo

    Robert Higgs


    Favourite moment

    Camp 6 11th May at Loch an Nid Visit website
  • Andreas Siebert’s photo

    Andreas Siebert


    Favourite moment

    Gatecrashed in a party of hinds. They stand 15 meters in front of me for about 10 sec. untill they recognized me and flushed out. Walked CW to FW in10days
  • Yvonne Abson’s photo

    Yvonne Abson


    Favourite moment

    Too hard a question -I loved it all - the solitude, the nature the remoteness, the people I met, getting up every morning to start again ........
  • Lee Farmer’s photo

    Lee Farmer


    Favourite moment

    Walking into Glen Douchary and wild camping; A night by in Glencoul bothy; Meeting fellow CWT walkers along the way; Arriving at Sandwood Bay; Seeing the lighthouse from 5Km away!

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  • Hendrik Jan Riesebos’s photo

    Hendrik Jan Riesebos


    Favourite moment

    Was it sharing 6 pounds of mussels I handpicked during low tide at Glencoul with my Montana Mates in Glendhu, in the blazing sun in front of the bothy?

  • Kerstin and Graham’s photo

    Kerstin and Graham


    Favourite moment

    Too many to mention, but Sandwood Bay was spectacularly beautiful, as was Barrisdale Bay sunset...and so on and so on :)

  • Dawn, Pete and Paddy’s photo

    Dawn, Pete and Paddy


    Favourite moment

    Too many to choose, just one. Every day had lots of magical moments

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