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    Knoydart and the West Highlands

    At its heart is the wild Knoydart peninsula and the beautiful Sound of Arisaig coastline – two of our favourite places in Scotland.

    Rated 4.87 out of 5 based on 4,603 reviews

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    West Highlands including Knoydart

    This region covers a large area stretching from near Oban in the south to Kintail further north.

    This huge playground of wild Scottish land offers something for everyone. The mountains, valleys and coastlines are a walkers paradise. The turquoise water of the coast are perfect for sea kayaking. And the landscape and coastline combine to form the perfect home for Scotland’s most iconic wildlife species.

    Whether you want to walk, hike, sea kayak, sail or cycle, watch wildlife or work on your photography, there are few better places to do so than the West Highlands including Knoydart. A first trip to this beautiful region of the Scottish is rarely the last!

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    Trips to Knoydart and the West Highlands

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    I have truly had the time of my life on two trips with Wilderness. The best decision I ever made was to book the first trip and now only have the delicious problem of deciding which is next.

    Catriona MacKenzie
    Wilderness Walking - Autumn Highlands
    Reviewed on 09/11/2015

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