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TITLE
Cul Beg and Stac Polly
EXTERNAL ID
PC_JMSTRACHAN_079
PLACENAME
Cul Beg; Stac Polly
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS
CREATOR
JM Strachan
SOURCE
J I R Martin
ASSET ID
28935
KEYWORDS
cul beag
stac polly
coigach
Cul Beg and Stac Polly

Cul Beg and Stac Polly are two mountains in Coigach, between Loch Veyatie and the outer part of Loch Broom.

Cul Beag stands at 2523 ft and Stac Polly at 2009 ft.

A distinctive steep-sided mountain of the Assynt district of Wester Ross, Stac Polly (Gael: Stac Pollaidh or 'peak of the pools') rises to 613m (2009 feet). Its summit lies on a craggy ridge. Easily accessible and popular with hill-walkers, not least for the spectacular views it provides of the surrounding area, Stac Polly lies 11 miles (17.5 km) north of Ullapool within the Inverpolly National Nature Reserve.

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Cul Beg and Stac Polly

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cul beag; stac polly; coigach

J I R Martin

Cul Beg and Stac Polly are two mountains in Coigach, between Loch Veyatie and the outer part of Loch Broom.<br /> <br /> Cul Beag stands at 2523 ft and Stac Polly at 2009 ft.<br /> <br /> A distinctive steep-sided mountain of the Assynt district of Wester Ross, Stac Polly (Gael: Stac Pollaidh or 'peak of the pools') rises to 613m (2009 feet). Its summit lies on a craggy ridge. Easily accessible and popular with hill-walkers, not least for the spectacular views it provides of the surrounding area, Stac Polly lies 11 miles (17.5 km) north of Ullapool within the Inverpolly National Nature Reserve.