Cape Wrath


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Wrath, Cape,

promontory, Highland, NW Scotland. It is the northwestern extremity of the Scottish mainland. The headland, 368 ft (112 m) high, has a lighthouse.
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At last we were beaten so far to the south that we tossed and tacked to and fro the whole of the ninth day, within sight of Cape Wrath and the wild, rocky coast on either hand of it.
It takes in some of Scotland's most iconic spots, running through the Corrieyairack Pass, Loch Ness and Cape Wrath on the section dubbed An Turas Mor, Gaelic for Great Journey.
Martyn Wells, 50, who has stage four cancer, aims to complete the Cape Wrath Trail in a record time of less than 10 days to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Martyn Wells, aged 50, who has stage four cancer, aims to complete the Cape Wrath Trail in a record time of less than 10 days to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The dad of two, from Worcester, said: "I have to pinch myself sometimes to remind myself how lucky I am to be here, let alone take on something as crazy as the Cape Wrath Trail.
highland.gov.uk/ greatglenway/ Cape Wrath Trail Distance: 230 miles Start: Fort William Finish: Cape Wrath, Sutherland Getting there: There are regular trains to Fort William.
Damian Hall and Beth Pascall ran the 230-mile Cape Wrath Trail in north-west Scotland in just four days, nine hours and 43 minutes.
THE six-year-old schoolboy son of a Birmingham diver killed on expedition to Cape Wrath has won the right to seek damages from a charter company.
Do you know that Milan in Italy and the whole of France, Belgium, Netherlands and half of Germany is closer to Dover - as the crow flies - than Cape Wrath in north-west Scotland, is to Dover?
Cape Wrath is a promontory at the extreme north-west of which country?