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Gaelic Place Names

On 10th January 2008 By

Apamapa is a really useful guide to Gaelic place-names in Wester Ross. Written by local Gaelic expert Nevis Hulme, the online and map-based guide lists many of the Gaelic hill and mountain names in some of the most popular mountain-walking areas. The Northern Ross-shire pack for example, covers the An Teallach, Fisherfield […]

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Amazing skyscapes

On 12th December 2007 By

A spell of more settled, frosty weather has brought with it a series of stunning sunrises and sunsets in the North West. This picture was taken today looking South East along Little Loch Broom, Dundonnell. The peak on the right is Mac is Mathair which is part of the An Teallach massif – the most […]

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