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High Points of the Outer Hebride

High Points of the Outer Hebride

High Points of the Outer Hebride Overview

An adventure to the wildest islands of the Outer Hebrides with superb hiking on rugged paths to the highest peaks of Lewis and Harris.

The Outer Hebrides are an enchanting destination, with an island culture and wildlife that is completely unique. The islands provide fantastic outings for keen hill enthusiasts who enjoy remoteness and summits with vistas across heather-clad slopes down to the sea. There’s plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife too such as golden eagles and red deer. Highlights include the ascent of Clisham, the highest point in the Outer Hebrides and Mealaisbhal, the highest point of Lewis, plus with the aid of a private RIB boat, we’ll also discover fantastic wild coastlines. Our accommodation is an all-inclusive private wilderness lodge set on a hillside, with spectacular views across the water and of the hills on its own 500-acre farm above Loch Erisort. During our week we have exclusive use of the lodge and its RIB boat and the staff will keep us well fed with freshly prepared meals using local produce. Please note that the majority of hiking in the hills is done on rough ground and not on paths.
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