One of my favourite things about Scotland is the scenery and the mountain ranges on the West coast of Scotland don’t disappoint.
Stac Pollaidh is a rocky mountain in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. The road around Stac Pollaidh features some stunning views but is not for the faint hearted. Winding around the cliffs by the coast then back towards the base of the mountain the road is mainly single track with some impressively tight corners. Fortunately I wasn’t the one driving so I could sit back and enjoy the views. The air was a little haizey thanks to the saharan sand which was blown over the UK by high winds but it didn’t spoil our trip.
If you would like to walk around Stac Pollaidh you can get some spectacular views of the summer isles but to reach the true summit you will have to scramble up the rocky face, one of the most difficult to reach in Britain.