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TITLE
The Coigach Hills and the winding road to Ullapool from Lochinver
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_0570
PLACENAME
Coigach Hills
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Lochbroom
PERIOD
1950s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
32492
KEYWORDS
postcards
Ben Mor
Scottish Wildlife Trust
nature reserve
The Coigach Hills and the winding road to Ullapool from Lochinver

This postcard shows the Coigach Hills and the winding road to Ullapool from Lochinver.

Ahead is Ben Mor Coigach, the big mountain of Coigach, which is 2437 feet (743 metres) high.

The Coigach Peninsula lies north of Loch Broom and is now largely part of the Scottish Wildlife Trust's largest nature reserve. Coigach, from the Gaelic "coigeach", means place of the fifths and refers to an ancient common practise of dividing land in to five parts.

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The Coigach Hills and the winding road to Ullapool from Lochinver

ROSS: Lochbroom

1950s

postcards; Ben Mor; Scottish Wildlife Trust; nature reserve

Highland Libraries

Highland Libraries' Postcard Collection

This postcard shows the Coigach Hills and the winding road to Ullapool from Lochinver.<br /> <br /> Ahead is Ben Mor Coigach, the big mountain of Coigach, which is 2437 feet (743 metres) high.<br /> <br /> The Coigach Peninsula lies north of Loch Broom and is now largely part of the Scottish Wildlife Trust's largest nature reserve. Coigach, from the Gaelic "coigeach", means place of the fifths and refers to an ancient common practise of dividing land in to five parts.