Bonarbridge from northwestKyle of Sutherland to Inverlael, at the head of Loch Broom south of Ullapool,
The first recorded history of Bonar dates back to at least the 1300s, when an iron foundry was established here to make use of iron ore dragged across country from the west coast.
The Dornoch Firth becomes the Kyle of Sutherland at Bonar Bridge, and they combine to offer some alluringly attractive scenery, plus a tidal waterway that extends almost half-way across mainland Scotland.
To the west lie wild and remote areas such as Strathcarron and even deeper into the mountains, Glen Alladale.
From the village of Ardgay on route to Bonar Bridge.
lies at the entrance to Strathcarron, the valley of the River Carron that extends far into the mountainous area to the south west, this is the start to a devise, beautiful and remote area from the Kyle of Sutherland in the east to Loch Broom in the west, and ends at Inverlael, at the head of Loch Broom south of Ullapool, a route, a 33 mile walk crossing Scotland from coast to coast.
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