Knoydart is one of Scotland’s most beautiful but least accessible areas, where a difficult history of land ownership still casts a shadow over the community’s cautiously optimistic future. I spent a week walking, cycling and exploring there in May 2016. Here are a few posts from the trip.
An exploration of two of Knoydart’s constructed landmarks – a statue of Mary and a vanity construct by a Nazi sympathiser.
A cycle from Inverie to Knoydart’s other main settlement of Airor.
An account of a cracking day’s hillwalking in Knoydart that took in Luinne Bheinn and Meall Bhuidhe.
An overview of Inverie, the bustling wee settlement at the heart of the Knoydart Estate, and – not that it feels like it – mainland Britain’s remotest village.