Black Cuillin @ Elgol

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The best places to access the Red Cuillins are Broadford and Sligachan. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from Elgol, where you can take a boat trip into Loch Coruisk in the heart of the mountains.



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Black Cuillin @ Elgol # 3639

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from the coast line at Elgol.
© Allan Bell

Black Cuillin @ Elgol # 3631

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from the coast line at Elgol.
© Allan Bell

Black Cuillin @ Elgol # 3638

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from the coast line at Elgol.
© Allan Bell

Black Cuillin @ Elgol # 3649

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from the coast line at Elgol.
© Allan Bell

Black Cuillin @ Elgol # 3656

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from the coast line at Elgol.
© Allan Bell

Black Cuillin @ Elgol # 3660

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from the coast line at Elgol.
© Allan Bell

Black Cuillin @ Elgol # 3662

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from the coast line at Elgol.
© Allan Bell

Black Cuillin @ Elgol # 3677

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from the coast line at Elgol.
© Allan Bell

Black Cuillin @ Elgol # 3716

The Cuillin Hills are counted among the most spectacular peaks in Scotland. Whether you come to Skye to climb the Cuillins or just to admire them from a safe distance, you cannot escape their presence! There are two Cuillin ranges, each with a distinct character. The Red Cuiillins are formed of red granite, and rounded and gentle in appearance. The Black Cuillins, by contrast, are jagged, dark peaks, composed of Tertiary volcanic rock. The best places to access the Black Cuillins are Sligachan and Glen Brittle. There are also excellent views of the Black Cuillins from the coast line at Elgol.
© Allan Bell

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