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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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  • Paul Crowson’s photo

    Paul Crowson

    Favourite moment

    Sandwood Bay. The cloud tore and a shaft of light hit the breaking surf turning it blinding white against turquoise as I raced down the hill.
  • Caroline de Wit’s photo

    Caroline de Wit

    Favourite moment

    Can't decide. Maybe the warm welcome at Jane's B&B in Inchnadamph after a long and rainy......Will do it all again in 2018!
  • Alasdair Veitch’s photo

    Alasdair Veitch

    Favourite moment

    Camping at Sandwood Bay - my last campsite south of Cape Wrath on the Scottish National Trail, which I began on 24 July 2014
  • Michael Youmans’s photo

    Michael Youmans

    Favourite moment

    Spending my Birthday in Glendu bothy with 6 Dutch, 1 Welsh, 1 German, and 2 English.
  • Steve Taylor and Steve Hardman’s photo

    Steve Taylor and Steve Hardman

    Favourite moment

    It was all fantastic and hard to pick a favourite moment, but the remoteness of Maol Bhuidhe, Sand Wood bay with clear blue skys and finally arriving at Cape wrath

  • Dawn & Pete with Paddy’s photo

    Dawn & Pete with Paddy

    Favourite moment

    Having it all ourselves
  • Gary Dickson’s photo

    Gary Dickson

    Favourite moment

    So many to choose from. The view of sunny snow capped hills from the summit of A' Mhaighdean? The nights camped in the dunes at Sandwood? All of it?

  • Adam, Agata, Catriona, Elsbeth & Julia’s photo

    Adam, Agata, Catriona, Elsbeth & Julia

    Favourite moment

    Incredible views -particularly on the days between Loch Alish and Loch Stack- and a wild finish at the Cape with gale force winds and great company of fellow CWTers.

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