Exceptional wild landscapes, breathtaking coastal scenery. Experience one of the most remote parts of the country.
1st February 2022
Further Freedom of Information requests reveal the fencing project is falling apart, losing a large portion of its funding due to delays in the EIA processs
13th June 2021
A second Freeedom of Information request and input from Scottish Forestry further calls into question the legitimacy and viability of the project
24th September 2020
A Freedom of Information request was conducted to find out about the Eisg Brachaidh restoration project, as very little information was released about the £400,000+ publicly-funded project.
10th September 2020
Our natural landscape is under threat from an unconsulted project to construct a fence covering 5,000 acres of wild landscape adjacent to Inverpolly.
Inverpolly and the surrounding parishes of Coigach and Assynt contain some of the most distinctive mountains in Scotland.See what there is to climb »
You may have to be patient, but it's a worthwhile wait to see the diversity of animals living around Inverpolly and the surrounding area.See what you might encounter »
Daily fishing permits can be purchased for the nearby lochs and rivers, with boat and lifejacket hire.Find out more »
We provide guided traditional Red Deer stalking on the open hill in Inverpolly estate.Find out more »