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TITLE
Suilven
EXTERNAL ID
PC_TOMBAKER_05
PLACENAME
Suilven
DISTRICT
Assynt
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
SUTHERLAND: Assynt
CREATOR
Tom Baker
SOURCE
Tom Baker
ASSET ID
30140
KEYWORDS
Loch Awe
Suilven
mountain
Assynt
Inverpolly
hikers
hillwalkers
climbers
island
north-west
Suilven

This photograph, taken by Tom Baker, shows a view of Suilven, one of the north-west's most striking mountains, located in the lower left of the photograph, as seen from Loch Awe. Suilven rises almost vertically from the landscape of bogs, moorland and lochans known as Inverpolly, which forms much of the Assynt Estate. The mountain has three summits. The highest, known as Caisteal Liath, lies at the northwest end of the mountain's 2 km ridge and reaches a height of 731 metres. The other lower summits are Meall Meadhonach (Round Middle Hill), at the centre point of the ridge, and Meall Beag (Round Little Hill), at the south-eastern end.

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Suilven

SUTHERLAND: Assynt

Loch Awe; Suilven; mountain; Assynt; Inverpolly; hikers; hillwalkers; climbers; island; north-west

Tom Baker

Tom Baker Landscape Images

This photograph, taken by Tom Baker, shows a view of Suilven, one of the north-west's most striking mountains, located in the lower left of the photograph, as seen from Loch Awe. Suilven rises almost vertically from the landscape of bogs, moorland and lochans known as Inverpolly, which forms much of the Assynt Estate. The mountain has three summits. The highest, known as Caisteal Liath, lies at the northwest end of the mountain's 2 km ridge and reaches a height of 731 metres. The other lower summits are Meall Meadhonach (Round Middle Hill), at the centre point of the ridge, and Meall Beag (Round Little Hill), at the south-eastern end.