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Quiraing | Another spot United Kingdom

At The Quiraing, there are several spots. Probably the most well-known is with that awful tree ;) For this viewpoint, you've to pass the tree and walk another 20min. It's quite an easy walk, only on a rainy day you've to pay attention, because you have to cross two small streams falling down the cliffs.
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There's a small layby, where you can park your car. Sleeping is allowed too! To get to the spot, just cross the road and follow the path for 20 min.
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Sunrise

05:58 20:59
22:23
57°38'12.842" N 6°16'31.5492" W

Bookmarks (13)

  • Mareike Poetsch
  • Heiko Chambre
  • christon lee
  • Calvin Lee
  • Michael Betz
  • IVars Dzalbs
  • Alex Be
  • eugene ng
  • shang fu
  • Laurent Iacomucci
  • Wolfgang Seiffert
  • Holger Pleus
  • Gee Hurkmans
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