More Knoydart

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Everywhere I turn this week, Knoydart is there.  Known as “Scotland’s last Wilderness”, it is only accessible by a two-day trek over land or by boat from Mallaig or Glenelg.   It is a peninsula  with fjord-like sea lochs and lots of wonderful places to go walking.  For more information, have a look at VisitScotland’s website.

Here are two reviews from fellow bloggers, posted today … one covers the Knoydart Hide, a newish accommodation for two …. that would be from Landscapes365.com. The other post is from The Hazel Tree and the author gives a great write-up on the Kilchoan Cross at Inverie, Knoydart.

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6 thoughts on “More Knoydart

      1. They will welcome you, that’s for sure! A load of lovely people live and work there. You can even get a train straight from Glasgow to Mallaig, where the ferry for Knoydart departs from.

  1. Fascinating place – I’ve long heard about the Knoydart Peninsula, but never been there. Looks like a good place for a getaway! Thanks for the link to Jo’s post as well – so interesting.

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