Knoydart, Scotland's Last Wilderness...
Perhaps we should start by explaining what Knoydart doesn't have: traffic, crowds, noise, commercialisation...
When you come to Knoydart, you'll leave all that behind. Instead, you'll find utter tranquility; fresh, clear air; wild, breathtaking landscapes; and a warm welcome from genuine people who have the time to talk, listen and share the unique experience of being here.
If it's facts you're after, Knoydart is a peninsula in north-west Scotland, sandwiched between the beautiful sea-inlets of Loch Nevis and Loch Hourn.
Inaccessible by road, Knoydart's only village, Inverie, can be reached by a 20-mile walk across difficult terrain, or by boat from Mallaig.
Rich in history and folklore, Knoydart is a true wilderness area of mountains and moorland, where red deer roam freely and golden eagles soar on bracing winds straight off the Sound of Sleat.
Sparkling beaches and sheer cliffs punctuate a coastline that's as stunning as it is remote.
Here you'll find wilderness, wildlife, challenging climbs, exhiliarating adventure, a deep feeling of peace and the true hospitality of a Highland welcome.
What Knoydart has in abundance is time. Come and discover it for yourself... [Read More...]