Discover Around Ullapool
Ullapool itself is a small highland coastal town with the usual pubs, restaurants and accommodation but its activities are mostly of an outdoor variety and the ferry port to Stornoway. The gem of the region is the penninsula of Achiltibuie with its miles of mostly deserted sandy beaches and virtually nowhere that would be unsafe for children to go feral. Here you find the famous Stac Polly mountain and the fabulous Summer Isles Hotel for those with the budget to afford fine dining. The falls of Measach are worth a visit and also taking the boat trips to the Summer Isles for wildlife watching.
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Things to do in Around Ullapool
This is one of the top Earth science sites in Scotland. It's recognised worldwide as the place where scientists first discovered a basic principle of geology.
The small fishing port and Lochinver resort on the west coast of Scotland offer incredible views of Suilven. Located on a sheltered bay in the northern part of Urapura in the remote northwest, the town is divided into three parts: the harbour along the shore of Inver Lake, the village, and Badidarrach.
Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve
Corrieshalloch Gorge is a gorge located about 20 kilometers south of Ullapool, near Braemore in the Scottish Highlands. The gorge is about 1.5 kilometers long, 60 m deep and 10 m wide. The River Droma flows through Corrieshalloch, which leads out into a broad glacial trough at the head of Loch Broom.