Cranstackie and Beinn Spionnaidh
These two quartzite-topped Corbetts are the most northerly mountains in Britain. Together they give a rough but enjoyable hillwalk; the views are every bit as good as might be guessed from their position. Cranstackie is the most distinctive of the two peaks, whilst Beinn Spionnaidh has the most open outlook of the north coast.
Rough, pathless hillwalk. Steep slopes of rank grasses, a boggy corrie, and very rough boulder fields higher up.
Durness to Lairg bus (806) runs along the A838.
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