Stac Pollaidh (in the middle) is a mountain in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. The crest is extremely weathered, suggesting that it was not covered in ice during the last Ice Age.
Due to its relatively low height, fine views and ease of access from a road it has become a very popular peak to climb. Stac Pollaidh can be climbed in under 3 hours by any relatively fit person. From the car park on the shore of Loch Lurgainn the path leads directly up, under the spires of the crest.
From any point on the crest there are excellent views of the wide expanse of the Inverpolly Forest, and of neighbouring peaks such as Suilven.-wikipedia-
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Mangoman (281) 2007-12-18 2:44
Great work Perry !!
oldsock (575) 2007-12-18 5:55
Nice photograph of this beautiful part of Scotland. I love visiting Geopark in north-west.
chawax (20752) 2007-12-18 10:15
This photo is a perfect example of what Scotland landscapes are ! Nice composition, very well done. Thanks for the note, I will try to climb there the next time I will be in Scotland !
chicken (1557) 2007-12-23 7:39
Scottish landscape at its best. I like the emptyness of this image.