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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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  • Quentin’s photo


    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.

  • David Greaves, Mike & Chris Davies’s photo

    David Greaves, Mike & Chris Davies

    Favourite moment

    Waking up nearly everyday to blue skies and seeing the North West Highlands at its very best. Truly a trip of a lifetime.

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