The northern parish of Assynt boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain. The mountains of Quinag and Suilven dominate a very varied landscape with wild, white hills inland and a complex, intricate moorland to the west. Here, rocky crags, boggy flows, innumerable lochs and burns, stretch to a coast of equal variety with long fjords, high cliffs and sandy beaches. In ‘Under the radiant Hill’, Robin Noble celebrates its rugged beauty and shares many encounters with its wildlife and natural beauty.
Published by Birlinn Books