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==Cities, towns and villages==
* '''Badachro''' - very scenic village between [[Gairloch]] and '''Red Point'''
* [[Kyle of Lochalsh]]
* [[Lower Diabaig]]
* '''Cape Wrath''' - the extreme north-west point of Scotland. It can be reached either by a long walk or by a ferry followed by a minibus along a road unconnected with any other.
* '''Sandwood Bay''' reckoned by Undiscovered Scotland to be the best beach in Great Britain.[http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/kinlochbervie/sandwoodbay/index.html]
Some popular mountains by group
* '''Ben Hope'''
* '''Ben Stack''' - neither particularly high nor well known but a little gem.
* '''Quinag''' - An easy Corbett for beginners as it's possible to start well up from the main road south from Kylescu.
* '''Cul Mor'''
* '''Cul Beag'''
* '''Stac Pollaidh''' - Less than a Corbett but with an outstanding shape and rock ridge -unfortunately much eroded because of its proximity to the road.[[Image:Beinn_Aligin.jpg|thumb|Beinn Aligin]]
* '''An Teallach''' - a fairly hard ridge walk above Little Loch Broom.
* '''Slioch''' - on the 'non-road' side of Loch Maree.
* '''Bein Eigh''' - above the Loch Maree road and much of the road from Kinlochewe to Torridon.
* '''Liathach''' - above the village of Torridon.
* '''Beinn Aligin''' - above the minor road from Torridon to the Aligins and Lower Diabaig.
* '''Bein Bhann''' - otherwise known as the Applecross mountains.
* '''Ben Nevis'' - the highest start from the distillery on the road north.
* '''The Mamores''' - a picturesque group of numerous Munroes between Glen Nevis and Kinlochleven.
* '''Aonach Eagach''' - a superb ridge above Glencoe.
* '''The three sisters of Glencoe''' - shapely peaks on the other side of the glen.
A range second only in height to the Nevis range, located east of the A9. There is a railway up Cairn Gorm (which is not the highest). However you make the height, it's relatively easy to walk more peaks, with excellent views.