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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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  • 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

  • John Cullimore’s photo

    John Cullimore

    Favourite moment

    The amazing vistas along the way and enjoying The Bothy Experience.

  • Kevin Powderly’s photo

    Kevin Powderly

    Favourite moment

    Being out in the elements soaking up the natural beauty of wild Scotland.
    A great night in The Ozone cafe at the finish drinking great whiskey with a fantastic host.

  • Sarah Smith’s photo

    Sarah Smith

    Favourite moment

    Walking through the mountains between the Heights of Kinlochewe and Streath na Sealga - simply stunning! Visit website
  • Michał Dzianach’s photo

    Michał Dzianach

    Favourite moment

    Sitting on the Sandwood Bay beach, looking towards the Cape Wrath and contemplating an inspiring vista
  • Jesse Rowe’s photo

    Jesse Rowe

    Favourite 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. 

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