Dunnet Head is the most northerly point on the UK mainland.  It is Caithness in miniature.  Being at 58 degrees north, geographically it is the most northerly point on the UK mainland. Historically it is very important as the very pinnacle of Dunnet Head, Easter Head, was a WWII radar station and nearby Burifa Hill was a Gee station.  You can read all about it in our book and DVD. The remains of the two stations can be seen in prevalent positions on the Head.  There is an abundance of wildlife and birdlife. some great places to walk, cycle and horse ride, and generally become one with nature.

Every year the Trust organises challenges on the Way.  We already have set in motion the challenge for 2015 – join us!

The coordianpicinator of the challenge is a great Friend of the North Highland Way and also the infrastructure manager while LetsGoNorth markets the Way and organises exhibitions – this year in Spain!

Tel: 07594847341

You can see Ian’s web site at http://www.northoxygenwalk.co.uk/



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