Images of Sunart
Sunart (Gaelic: Suaineart: Svein's fjord) - is bounded to the south by the eastern half of Loch Sunart and by part of Morvern, to the west by the Ardnamurchan peninsula (beyond Salen), to the north by Loch Shiel, and to the east and north east by the district of Ardgour, from which it is divided by a range of high hills. Ancient oaks cover the south facing hillside on northern side of Loch Sunart to form one of the best surviving remnants of the ancient temperate Atlantic oak forest which once clothed most of the west coast of Scotland, Wales and Cornwall. Inland the landscape consists of rough, hilly country, mainly moorland, peat bog and woodland that is dominated by the Corbett Beinn Resipol (2772 feet).
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