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Dundonnell is situated on the A382 at the head of Little Loch Broom. Unlike Ullapool on Loch Broom it’s a tiny place. However it’s the starting point for the most northerly of the mountain ranges of Torridonian sandstone [as opposed to the separate mountains like Suilven further north; see Lochinver.] This is An Teallach, the finest of them all – which is saying something.
Even if you’re not fit for the circuit of these peaks, consider whether you could get as far as Loch Toll an Lochan. This is among the three finest coire [corrie] lochs in Scotland and you will have a good chance of seeing deer and ptarmigan.
If you can manage the ridge walk, it’s well worth while – but there are stretches where easy scrambling is needed.
You will have deserved a drink at the very pleasant Dundonnell Hotel at the end of your walk.
For areas around see Inverlael, Poolewe and Ullapool. [edit text]  [editors]

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