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Things to do in Coulags, Highland

Coulags is a tiny crofting hamlet, surrounded by unspoilt landscape which makes it a favourite place for hill walkers and those that love the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands.

Herds of red deer are frequently seen on the moorland in winter and early spring. Coulags consists of a small cluster of white washed traditional dwellings. There is a picturesque bridge over Fionn-Abhainn designed by Thomas Telford in 1815, but Coulags is mainly popular with walkers.

It is a starting point for climbing Munros, such as Maol Chean-Dearg, the walk over to Annat in Loch Torridon or the meandering riverside walks. Coulags is situated in Wester Ross, close to the village of Lochcarron.

Description by Penny Goodman

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