Portage into Loch Veyatie
Camloch Falls
Entering Veyatie
Suilven
Portage to Sionacaig
On Loch Veyatie
Kirkaig Falls
River Kirkaig
Lichen on the campsite on Fionn Loch
Suilven
Rowan Berries on Veyatie
Portage from Boat Bay
Ullapool in the rain
After the portage into Lurgainne
Gathering firewood on Lurgainne
Lurgainne into Loch bad na Achlaise
Simon shows his old codger skills
 Ross Wot no Helmet?
Ross sucessfully enters Loch Bad a Ghaill
 Mike and Alan at Bad na Ghaill.
Sam and Boz at Badna Ghaill
Sam and Boz at Badna Ghaill
Looking towards Cul Beag from Loch Lurgainne
26 River Osgaig
River Osgaig 2.
Last night campsite on Lurgainne
Stac Pollaidh on the morning after
 Stac Pollaidh
Stac Pollaidh from Lurgainne
Unloading at the start
Unloading at Elphin
InverPolly Forest, October 2012
David Savage
Photogallery
This area of Wester Ross is probably the most remote place in the British Isles - a huge privilege to spend a week here.
Kintail to Kinloch Hourne  - Easter 2013
Launching at Kintail
five sisters of kintail
Kintail Lodge
five sisters of kintail
Kintail goats grazing
Kintail goats
Castle Donan
Waiting for the tide at ardintoul
Glenelg Chapel
Gavin Maxwells house at Sandaig
Loch Hourne
Loch Hourne
Loch Hourne
Loch Hourne
Loch Hourne
Loch Hourne
Sandaig Islands
Sandaig islands.jpg
Sandaig
Shells on Sandaig beach
Runival campsite
Runival looking up loch hourne
Barrisdale Bay looking south
Buidhe Bhenn
From Kinloch Hourne
Kinloch Hourne
Loch Garry reflections
Loch Garry reflections
Sam and Boz on Loch Garry.jpg
Loch Garry Tea break
Lunch on Loch Garry
Lunch on Loch Garry
Sheep on the hillside
We canoed from Kintail at the head of Loch Duich, down the loch to Dornie and Castle Donan and thence to Kyle Rea, the channel between Skye and the mainland. The tide here flows at up to 10 knots.  We called in at Glenelg and camped there moving on to Loch Hourne via the Sandaig Islands.  What a beautiful spot - and only really accessible by boat. we then paddled up Loch Hourne, via Barrisdale to Kinloch Hourne and then retraced our course to Kintail.  As we had a day spare, we went for a days paddle on Loch Garry - a beautiful spring day with gloroius reflections.  Another great trip!  I repeated thsi trip in the summer of 2013 with a Gold Duke of Edinburgh expedition from Kings, Ely.

Unloading at Elphin
Unloading at Elphin
I have been so fortunate to canoe and kayak in so many beautiful places -I'm not too good at always recording where I've been - especially river trips,, but I hope to add photos here from Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Finland, Canada and France  -and even maybe good old England!