Cape Wrath stands west of Durness and marks the extreme northwest of Scotland. Protected by the Clo Mor cliffs, which, at 281m high, are the highest in Britain, the cape is home to a colony of seabirds. To get here, you take the ferryboat from Keodale, then a minibus across the bleak moorland. You will be rewarded by the outstanding views extending out to sea beyond the lighthouse. To the south lies the wonderfully rugged area of the Parbh.
Address:IV27 4PN Durness
service May-Sep, weather and tides permitting - May and 15-30 Sep: 1 service.-11am; Jun-mid Sep: 1 service.-9.30am (last service-4.30pm) - ferry: £5.50 return (children £3.50, bicycle £7.50); bus: £10 return (children £6) - Getting there : take the ferry (15min) from Keodale, South of Durness, then a minibus (40min) through a wild heathland (owned by the Ministry of Defence)