Day 303: Point of Stoer to Loch Ardbhair – The Old Man of Stoer

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Scotland, Sutherland

Date of walk: 8/6/19

Climbers on the Old Man of Stoer (A 60-metre-high sea stack of Torridonian sandstone) I, Sutherland, Scotland.

Cliffs at The Point of Stoer, Sutherland, Scotland.

Climbers on the Old Man of Stoer II, Sutherland, Scotland.

Heading east from The Point of Stoer, Sutherland, Scotland.

Climbers on the Old Man of Stoer III, Sutherland, Scotland.

Tideline from the cliffs by Stoer Head, Sutherland, Scotland.

Climbers on the Old Man of Stoer IV, Sutherland, Scotland.

Underfoot, The Point of Stoer, Sutherland, Scotland.

Climbers on the Old Man of Stoer V, Sutherland, Scotland.

The Point of Stoer, Sutherland, Scotland.

Shoreline near An Dunan, Stoer peninsula, Sutherland, Scotland.

The Point of Stoer from Geodh’ Dearg, Sutherland, Scotland.

An Dunan sea arch, Stoer peninsula, Sutherland, Scotland.

Coast road to Clashnessie, Sutherland, Scotland.

Pizza campervan with Quinag, Strathcroy, Sutherland, Scotland.

Loch Drumbeg and Quinag, Sutherland, Scotland.

Loch Ruighean an Aitinn, Sutherland, Scotland.

Evening light on Loch Nedd and Quinag, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Camp by Loch Ardbhair, Sutherland, Scotland.

View from the tent at the Point of Stoer.
Camp at the Point of Stoer.
The Old Man of Stoer.
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