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Assynt includes one of the few ares in the Highland where there are large areas of Limestone exposed. This has resulted in the presence of numerous cave systems - including some of the largest networks in Scotland.

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Inchnadamph Bone Caves
Inchnadamph Bone Caves
This walk in the North West Highlands Geopark takes you up the beautiful limestone valley of... View Details.
Smoo Cave, Durness
Smoo Cave, Durness
About 50 north of Assynt another area of Limestone is found at Durness. Here the large Smoo Cave can be found, and during summer there are often guided tours to the... View Details.
Traligill Caves
Traligill Caves
A walk up the Traligill River valley from Inchnadamph will take you to the Traligill Caves. Three large entrance can be found, including the 'Waterslide' and... View Details.
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