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Explorer Stories and Experiences of Assynt and Inchnadamph

Introducing: Lochinver Larder pies at Inchnadamph!

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We are very excited to announce, that after months of planning, we are finally at a stage to utilise the link between us, Inchnadamph Explorers Lodge, and Lochinver Larder!

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Folklore: the mermaid of Loch Assynt

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Opposite the end of the drive to Inchnadamph Explorers Lodge sits the dark, icy waters of wondrous Loch Assynt.

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Accommodation spotlight: Shepherds Hut

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The start in our series of blogs covering each area of our accommodation here at Inchnadamph Explorers Lodge. First up: shepherds hut holidays in the Highlands.

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NC500: 6 places to see in Inchnadamph, from Loch Assynt to the Bone Caves

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Each year thousands of people travel the North Coast 500 in search of adventure. The 516 mile-long route helps you discover the best of the Highlands, from stunning coastal scenery to rugged mountains, mystical castles and hidden gems. 

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Inchnadamph: your favourite station on the Cape Wrath Trail

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The Cape Wrath Trail is the UK's most challenging route for long-distance hikers. We explore what makes the trail so alluring to the most adventurous of hikers and why Inchnadamph is much more than just a spot to stock up on supplies!

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Bob Holdsworth: The Geology of Assynt

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Bob Holdsworth is Professor of Structural Geology at Durham University and Chair of The Scottish Geology Trust. He has been bringing students to Inchnadamph Lodge on geology field trips for over 20 years. 

We spoke to him about his passion for geology and why he thinks Inchnadamph is the ideal location to explore the geologist's mecca of Assynt.

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