• 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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  • Sabine Zawadzki’s photo

    Sabine Zawadzki


    Favourite moment

    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!

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  • Gilad Nachmani’s photo

    Gilad Nachmani


    Favourite moment

    A night of quiet solitude at Glancoul - dramatic location after a very rough day.

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  • Christian Walker’s photo

    Christian Walker


    Favourite moment

    Wild camp in beautiful Glen Douchary in (rare) sunshine

  • Stephen Kerr’s photo

    Stephen Kerr


    Favourite moment

    Sitting outside Glencoul bothy at 7pm in blazing sunshine with only the birdsong for company

  • Daniel Bullivant’s photo

    Daniel Bullivant


    Favourite moment

    Meeting all the Games Keepers along the way and experiancing the Highland way of life.
    Following the Deer tracks when there was not a footpath.

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  • Gerrit van der Kooij’s photo

    Gerrit van der Kooij


    Favourite moment

    Coming over Bealach na h-Uidhe and taking in the vastness of the view.

  • David Dean’s photo

    David Dean


    Favourite moment

    Standing atop Sgurr Fiona on An Teallach on a cloudless windless (!) early morning/having all of Sandwood Bay beach to myself at 8pm on the penultimate night

  • Alan Taylor’s photo

    Alan Taylor


    Favourite moment

    Early morning start from Maol Bhuidhe bothy under blue skies.

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