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TITLE
Loch Kanaird and Ben More Coigach from Ardmair, Ullapool
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_0660
PLACENAME
Ardmair
DISTRICT
Lochbroom
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Lochbroom
PERIOD
1950s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
32580
KEYWORDS
ardmair bay
coigach
ullapool
Loch Kanaird and Ben More Coigach from Ardmair, Ullapool

Ardmair is a small crofting township on the shores of Loch Kanaird approximately 3 miles from Ullapool.

On the right hand side of the Bay sits The Isle of Martin, which until 1999 was owned by the RSPB and therefore inaccessible to the public.

On the 3rd May 1999 it was gifted to the local community who have formed a charitable trust to manage the upkeep and development of the Island.

Coigach is the peninsula north of Ullapool, in Wester Ross in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. It abuts Assynt further to the north.

Like its more northerly neighbour, it is an area of astonishing but stark beauty, with mountains rising sheer to dizzying heights from quiet lochs.

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Loch Kanaird and Ben More Coigach from Ardmair, Ullapool

ROSS: Lochbroom

1950s

ardmair bay; coigach; ullapool

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Ardmair is a small crofting township on the shores of Loch Kanaird approximately 3 miles from Ullapool. <br /> <br /> On the right hand side of the Bay sits The Isle of Martin, which until 1999 was owned by the RSPB and therefore inaccessible to the public. <br /> <br /> On the 3rd May 1999 it was gifted to the local community who have formed a charitable trust to manage the upkeep and development of the Island.<br /> <br /> Coigach is the peninsula north of Ullapool, in Wester Ross in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. It abuts Assynt further to the north.<br /> <br /> Like its more northerly neighbour, it is an area of astonishing but stark beauty, with mountains rising sheer to dizzying heights from quiet lochs.