(Loch an Inbhir
in Gaelic) is a village
on the coast
in the ****ynt district
of Sutherland, Highland, Scotland. A few miles northeast
- end of a public
road that leads
1.5 km from Lochinver
to the west of the summit. From here a path leads across undulating
- Primary destinations
Inverness, Lochcarron, Applecross, Gairloch, Ullapool, Lochinver
, Durness, Thurso, John o' Groats, Wick, Helmsdale, Dornoch, Invergordon...
- Bad na Goibhre
(east of Lochinver
, Sutherland) Loch Bad Leabhraidh
(Wester Ross) Loch Bad na Muirichinn
(south of Lochinver
, Sutherland) Loch Bad an...
- The ****ynt Estate, which includes
Ben More ****ynt and the lands around Lochinver
in the hands
of the Vestey
family, who also formerly owned
- Coordinates: 51°42′22″N 0°10′59″W / 51.706°N 0.183°W / 51.706; -0.183 Lochinver House School
is a preparatory independent school
for boys aged between...
- The Albannach
is a small hotel
in the port of Lochinver
in the Scottish
Highlands. It has an acclaimed restaurant which
- confluence itself
is made the specific
element. The names Lochaber
both mean 'lake of the confluence'. Here, exceptionally, the elements...
- Dùthaich. Much of the po****tion is in coastal
towns, such as Helmsdale
, which until
made much of their living
from the rich fishing...
- (Cnòideart), Kyle of Lochalsh
(Caol Loch Aillse) Lochcarron
(Loch Carrann), Lochinver
(Loch an Inbhir) Mallaig
(Baile Màiri), Muir of Ord...