Kyle Of Lochalsh

Kyle of Lochalsh is a village on the northwest coast of Scotland 63 miles west of Inverness. It is located at the entrance to Loch Alsh, opposite the village of Kyleakin on the Isle of Skye.

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Skye Bridge # 4943

The Skye Bridge road bridge over Loch Alsh, connecting mainland Highland with the Isle of Skye, Scotland. It forms part of the A87. One pillar of the bridge stands on the island of Eilean Bàn. The shortest crossing between the mainland and the island (around 500 metres ) is the sound between the villages of Kyle of Lochalsh on the mainland and Kyleakin on the island's east coast has traditionally been the most common route.
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Skye Bridge # 5305

The Skye Bridge road bridge over Loch Alsh, connecting mainland Highland with the Isle of Skye, Scotland. It forms part of the A87. One pillar of the bridge stands on the island of Eilean Bàn. The shortest crossing between the mainland and the island (around 500 metres ) is the sound between the villages of Kyle of Lochalsh on the mainland and Kyleakin on the island's east coast has traditionally been the most common route.
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Kyleakin Lighthouse @ Skye Bridge # 5019

The Kyleakin lighthouse was designed by David and Thomas Stevenson and first lit in 1857. Photographed from the the Seaprobe Atlantis which departs from the Lochalsh jetty.
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Road To Skye Bridge # 5389

The A87 is a major road in the Highland region of Scotland. It runs west from its junction with the A82 road at Invergarry along the north shores of Loch Garry and Loch Cluanie, then down through Glen Shiel and along Loch Duich to Kyle of Lochalsh before crossing the Skye Bridge to Kyleakin, Broadford, and Portree, before terminating at Uig on the west coast of the Isle of Skye.
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Seaprobe Atlantis # 4955

The Seaprobe Atlantis with the unique semi-submersible glass bottom hull offers an experience no other boat can match. Enjoy all the scenery and wildlife above and below the waves as you cruise in complete safety with the best wildlife guides in Lochalsh.
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Shoreline @ Klye Of Lochalsh # 5359

Loch Alsh or Lochalsh is a sea inlet between the isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides and the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. The name is also used to described the surrounding country and the feudal holdings around the loch. The hilly country around Loch Alsh has a temperate, well-watered climate. There is some pasture and woodland, but much of the area is moorland. The rocks are ancient Precambrian Gneiss, some of the oldest in the world, and much eroded.
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Boat @ Lochlash # 5304

Loch Alsh or Lochalsh is a sea inlet between the isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides and the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. The hilly country around Loch Alsh has a temperate, well-watered climate. There is some pasture and woodland, but much of the area is moorland. The rocks are ancient Precambrian Gneiss, some of the oldest in the world, and much eroded. The colourful seascape is an idealic setting for pleasure boats dropping anchor for fishing or diving excursions.
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Sail Boat @ Lochalsh # 5175

Loch Alsh or Lochalsh is a sea inlet between the isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides and the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. The hilly country around Loch Alsh has a temperate, well-watered climate. There is some pasture and woodland, but much of the area is moorland. The rocks are ancient Precambrian Gneiss, some of the oldest in the world, and much eroded. The colourful seascape is an idealic setting for pleasure boats dropping anchor for fishing or diving excursions.
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Red & Black Cuillins # 5308

The Cuillins are a range of rocky mountains located on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. The true Cuillin are also known as the Black Cuillin to distinguish them from the Red Hills (Am Binnean Dearg) across Glen Sligachan. The Red Hills are lower and, being less rocky, have fewer scrambles or climbs. The highest point of the Cuillin, and of the Isle of Skye, is Sgùrr Alasdair in the Black Cuillin at 992 m. This distant view was taken from the Seaprobe Atlantis sailing under the Skye Bridge.
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