Bluebells on the bank of a fast flowing burn (stream) running into Loch Hourn in north Knoydart.
Knoydart is sandwiched between Lochs Nevis and Hourn — often translated as Loch Heaven and Loch Hell respectively. The northern part of what is traditionally known as na Garbh-Chrìochan or "the Rough Bounds", because of its harsh terrain and remoteness, Knoydart is also referred to as "Britain's last wilderness". Only accessible by boat, or by a 16 mile walk through rough country, and its seven miles of tarred road are not connected to the UK road system.
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