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Struie Hill visitor information guide
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Visiting Struie Hill

Struie Hill, Ross and Cromarty overlooks the Dornoch Firth, and the inland road from Evanton to Bonar Bridge passing over it rises to about 700 ft where a view indicator gives a panorama of Sutherland as far as Ben More Assynt to the west Some 3 miles south east of the viewpoint is Altnamain Inn, a landmark because it is the only building in a wide stretch of uninhabited moorland.

Visiting Struie Hill is an enriching and invigorating experience; a must-see for outdoor enthusiasts. With its stunning landscapes, tranquil beauty spots, and plethora of activities to enjoy from hiking up the hill itself or walking along nearby beaches – there's something here for everyone. Not only can you marvel at nature in all its glory but also explore Scotland’s ancient past with Iron Age settlement remains close by. If that isn't enough to get your heart racing then why not take on one of the exhilarating mountain biking trails located around Struie Hill? You'll be sure to have a fun filled day out while immersing yourself in this spectacular region within Northern Scotland!

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Peat for a local distillery is still worked near here. You will find one of the finest mountain ranges in Scotland. The hill's landscape is simply breathtaking – an impressive merge between grassy meadows and rocky crags that captivates all visitors alike! Additionally, its dense forest provides much needed shade for long summer days when reaching out for sunsets at peak points could prove challenging under direct sunlight without protection. All-in-all my time spent exploring this Scottish gem was enjoyable and inspiring; invaluable memories now remain as precious reminders of our unforgettable journey together through wild lands beyond human civilisation.

Top Attractions In And Around Struie Hill

Stoer and its surrounding areas in Sutherland, Scotland, offer a wealth of natural wonders and cultural experiences. Here are some top attractions to explore:

1. Old Man of Stoer: An iconic sea stack rising from the Atlantic, this geological marvel captivates visitors with its rugged beauty. Hiking along the coastline provides stunning views of this natural monument.

2. Stoer Head Lighthouse: A picturesque lighthouse perched on the cliffs, offering breathtaking vistas of the coastline. The trail leading to the lighthouse provides excellent walking opportunities with panoramic views.

3. Clachtoll Beach: A pristine sandy beach embraced by rocky outcrops, perfect for a leisurely stroll, picnics, or enjoying the sunset. It's an ideal spot for families and nature enthusiasts alike.

4. Assynt and Inchnadamph: Nearby, Assynt boasts unique geological formations like the Inchnadamph Bone Caves and the otherworldly landscape of the Quinag mountain.

5. Handa Island: A short drive away, Handa Island Nature Reserve is a haven for birdwatchers, home to thousands of seabirds nesting along its cliffs. Boat tours are available during the summer months.

6. Smoo Cave: A fascinating limestone cave near Durness, featuring a dramatic entrance and an underground waterfall. Guided tours offer insights into its geological history.

7. Lochinver: A charming fishing village known for its seafood, where visitors can enjoy fresh catches at local eateries. It's also a gateway to Assynt and the stunning Achmelvich Beach.

8. Quinag Mountain: A challenging but rewarding hike, offering panoramic views of the Assynt peaks and surrounding lochs. The three distinctive peaks make it an attractive trek for hikers seeking a challenge.

9. Achmelvich Beach: A gem along the coast with turquoise waters and white sandy shores. It's a perfect spot for swimming, beachcombing, or simply soaking in the tranquil surroundings.

10. Local Heritage Sites: Stoer and its vicinity host various historic sites like ruins of brochs, cairns, and ancient settlements, offering glimpses into Scotland's rich history and heritage.

These attractions showcase the diverse natural beauty and cultural richness of Stoer and the surrounding areas, providing visitors with a captivating and unforgettable experience in the Scottish Highlands.

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Perched in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, Struie Hill stands as a majestic vantage point offering breathtaking vistas of the surrounding landscapes. The Struie Viewpoint gifts visitors with sweeping panoramas of the Dornoch Firth and Highland terrain, making it a photographer's paradise.

While the hill itself isn't teeming with attractions, its allure lies in the tranquility it offers. The serenity atop Struie Hill provides a serene escape, perfect for those seeking solitude amidst nature's grandeur.

Surrounded by charming towns like Dornoch and Golspie, Struie Hill serves as a gateway to historic sites, captivating landscapes, and the rich heritage of the Scottish Highlands.
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