Cape Wrath is derived from the old norse for "Turning Point", highlighting its significance 1,000s of years ago to Viking explorers from Scandinavia. It was once a populated community but now its a rough and rugged terain.
It is a site of special scientific interest (SSSI) and a special protection area for birds with 10s of 1000s of breeding birds on its cliffs including puffins, razor bills, fulmars, kittiwakes and guillemots.
It's a Ministry of Defence training area for British & International troops. Cape Wrath's remote location & difficult terrain combined with the extreme nature of weather conditions makes it an excellent enviroment to test someone's ability to survive.
With isolated beaches, a vast wilderness, an untouched landscape and its location at the north west point of the Scottish mainland, Cape Wrath is a place of outstanding natural beauty and a powerful, intriguing place to visit. Take a trip with us to see for yourself!
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Cape Wrath Lighthouse Lloyds Buildings Clo Mor Cliffs Kervaig Beach