Scoraig

The Walk from Badrallach to Scoraig



The isolated Crofting community of Scoraig is only accessible on foot via this well made path from Badrallach or by boat. Scoraig is well known for its pioneering use of wind power.

Scoraig
Start of walk Little Loch Broom Steep Path Walking through Scoraig Scoraig Jetty Wind Turbine An Teallach Steep Path Steep Path Start of walk
Little Loch Broom
The path traverses quite steep hillsides in places
Walking through Scoraig
Scoraig Jetty
Wind Turbine
A view of An Teallach from Scoraig
Steep Path
The path climbs steeply above a big drop but is safeguarded by a wire fence.
Path to Scoraig The Start of the walk.


Little Loch Broom Path to Scoraig


Path to Scoraig The path traverses quite steep hillsides in places


Walking through Scoraig Scoraig


Scoraig Jetty Scoraig Jetty


One of the many wind turbines, Beinn Ghobhlach  in the distance Wind generator Scoraig


An Teallach from Scoraig A view of An Teallach from Scoraig


Approaching the steepest section of the path Path to Scoraig


Steep section of path to Scoraig The path climbs steeply above a big drop but is safeguarded by a wire fence.


Sail Mhor from Scoraig Path Sail Mhor from the Scoraig Path



Go to Home Page Go back to previous page Go to top of Page Go forward to next page Site Index Directions to Opinan
All pictures © Ian Van Hinsbergh Last Update 3rd December 2014