Caiteseal (Lewis)

Caisteseal (or Caiteshal) is a very remote hill on the Pairc peninsula, rising steeply across Loch Shiphoirt from Reinigeadhal. It's inaccessibility (which could be reduced with a boat) has led to it being dubbed by some writes as the hardest hill in Britain to reach in terms of effort.

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Region: Outer Hebrides

Altitude: 449 metres

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Caiteseal (Lewis)
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