Photos of Torridon, Northwest Highlands of Scotland
Torridon in Wester Ross has some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in Scotland. Beinn Alligin and Liathach are without a doubt the pick of the pack being some of the oldest peaks in Europe but other beautiful scenery is available, especially around Loch Maree, Shieldaig and Diabaig. My favourite views are from the south shore of Upper Loch Torridon looking towards Beinn Alligin and Liathach.
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Best Torridon Photos
Picture of the famous red-roofed cottage on the shore of Loch Shieldaig with Ben Shieldaig, Beinn Damh and Shieldaig village in the distance.
REF NUMBER: #1897
View of Beinn Dearg, the smallest of the Torridon mountains and Sgorr a Chadail (part of Liathach) taken from the south shore of Upper Loch Torridon.
REF NUMBER: #1937
Picture of the Horns of Alligin (part of Beinn Alligin) seen across Upper Loch Torridon with Beinn Dearg in the middle and part of Liathach in the foreground on the right.
REF NUMBER: #1964
Photograph of Mullach An Rathain (Liathach) and the tiny village of Torridon at its base, taken from the head of Upper Loch Torridon.
REF NUMBER: #2020
View of Torridon Forest in the foreground with the distinctive Beinn Dearg in the background seen across Upper Loch Torridon in Wester Ross.
REF NUMBER: #2078
Overall panorama of the Torridon mountains with Beinn Alligin and the Horns of Alligin on the right, Beinn Dearg in the middle and part of Liathach on the left, as taken from the shore of Upper Loch Torridon.
REF NUMBER: #1986
Image of Torridon village with the imposing Mullach An Rathain (Liathach) rising behind it.
REF NUMBER: #2036
Photo of Sgurr Mhor, the highest peak of Beinn Alligin with the Horns of Alligin (Na Rathanan in Gaelic) in late afternoon light highlighting the incredible rock textures.
REF NUMBER: #1968
Photo of Beinn Dearg, one of the Torridon mountains seen across Upper Loch Torridon.
REF NUMBER: #2087
More Torridon Images
Photograph taken from the village of Kenmore with Loch Torridon and the Wester Ross hills in the distance (Beinn Damh), taken from the northern coast of the Applecross peninsula.
REF NUMBER: #1866
Rocky Torridon panorama taken from near Ardheslaig, the northern coast of the Applecross peninsula.
REF NUMBER: #1872
Picture of Beinn Alligin looking suspiciously like a camel (the highest peak is Sgurr Mhor and the 'hump' is Tom na Gruagaich), view from near Ardheslaig, on the road to Shieldaig. Notice how the lone cottage ensures a contrast in proportions.
REF NUMBER: #1875
Image of a bare Torridon panorama with Beinn Alligin one of the most impressive mountains in Wester Ross, and its two peaks Sgurr Mhor and Tom na Gruagaich, rising in the distance.
REF NUMBER: #1879
Photo of Sgorr a' Chadail and Mullach An Rathain (Liathach) taken from near Ardheslaig on the road to Shieldaig.
REF NUMBER: #1886
Photograph of Shieldaig village and island with Beinn Alligin in the background.
REF NUMBER: #1910
Picture taken from the mouth of Loch Torridon looking towards Torridon village and the layered textures of Mullach An Rathain (Liathach), one of the most impressive mountains in Wester Ross, Scotland.
REF NUMBER: #2042
Photo of Beinn Damh with the village of Shieldaig in the far distance.
REF NUMBER: #G3467
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