Fyrish Hill, Easter Ross

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From the small car park (6-8 cars) at 627715 the walk climbs steadily to the summit, first through pine forest then across open moorland above the tree line. The path is gullied in places, with loose surfaces, so boots are advised. Fyrish is in an isolated position, so on clear days there are extensive views in all directions. The large, unusual monument at the summit is very photogenic (and offers a sheltered lunch site in bad weather). Three hours for a walk of this length might seem long, but if the weather is good you'll spend a long time on top.

Scotland - Highlands and Islands - Highland - Easter Ross


Ancient Monument, Birds, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Moor, Wildlife, Woodland

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Distance away
26.7 Miles