Cape Wrath

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Wrath, Cape

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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ON THEIR BIKES: Sam Jones and Emily Ryder at Cape Wrath Lighthouse as Cycling UK launches the Great North Trail, linking the north of Scotland with northern England
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Some 62 per cent - 110 runners - of the field of 177 starters reached the finish line at the iconic Cape Wrath Lighthouse.
Next came an expedition to the Cape Wrath lighthouse. You cross the wide Kyle of Durness by motor-boat and take a bumpy minibus ride to arrive at the very north-west tip of Britain - a far more impressive and atmospheric place than touristy John O'Groats to the east.
The film will be based on Ure's life at Cape Wrath lighthouse in Sutherland.
Mr Ure has signed a deal worth over pounds 40,000 based on his life at Cape Wrath Lighthouse in Sutherland where he runs the UK's remotest cafe.
Lighthousekeeping is a mishmash of time, place and plotline, the only thing uniting them being the Cape Wrath lighthouse in Salts, a tiny town in northern Scotland.
Cape Wrath lighthouse was built by Robert Stevenson in 1828 and is on the most northwesterly tip of the Scottish mainland.
The un-named trio had a group hug before setting off three fireworks above Cape Wrath Lighthouse's foghorn.
But until now they were only able to offer visitors to Cape Wrath lighthouse crisps and sandwiches.