Rubha Mor

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Short sandstone sea cliffs in a neglected corner of Wester Ross. Rubha Mor (from Saint Maelrubha) is a good place to hunt for dry rock on a wet day.

The Rubha Mor peninsula lies about 6 miles north of Poolewe, although drivers may wish to stay on the A835 until the Corrieshalloch Gorge/Dundonnell turning, approaching from the north.


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