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Assynt and neighbouring Coigach make up a truly extraordinary landscape. A vast, undulating moorland is studded with a maze of a thousand fresh-water lochans. The coastline is equally beautiful. There are cliffs, impressive sea stacks, and a whole series of stunning sandy beaches.
Assynt – a tiny yet so very unique part of the North-West Highlands of Scotland. In its twisting streams and steel-blue lochs, covering almost as much area as the land itself, you will find some of the very best truly Wild Brown Trout fishing.
Assynt is one of the few remaining unspoilt habitats of the UK and supports a wide variety of flora and fauna seldom seen elsewhere. There are a number of ecological niches within its boundaries, each with their own individual assemblage of birds, plants and indigenous wildlife. They include the Atlantic coastline, the Arctic-Alpine regions of the mountain tops, moorland and blanket bog, managed croft-land and the largest area of limestone hills within Scotland.
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