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Kylerhea Destination Guide

Touring Kylerhea in United Kingdom.

Kylerhea in the region of Scotland is located in United Kingdom - some 453 mi (or 730 km) North-West of London, the country's capital city.

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Time in Kylerhea is now 12:15 AM (Friday). The local timezone is named "Europe / London" with an UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Totaig, Toscaig, Stromeferry, Stornoway, Stirling or Dublin. Being here already, consider visiting Kylerhea, Kyle of Lochalsh, Kyleakin, Kirkton, Glenelg and Balmacara. We collected some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.

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Balmacara Mains

01:38 min ( September 30, 2008 by balmacaramains)
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Video clip of celebrated west highland guesthouse

Isle of Skye 03 Kylerhea Scary Ferry fr...

02:02 min ( May 10, 2008 by pixelrush)
Views: 12,408 - Rating: 4.7/5

Www.ntgraphics.co.uk The original "Over the Sea to Skye" route before the railway and ferry arrived at Kyle of Lochalsh. From there, a Ferry to Kyleakin became the main road to Skye. The ferry was rep...

Sandaig 360 September 2006

01:02 min ( January 01, 2007 by letterfearn)
Views: 2,419 - Rating: 3.75/5

Sandaig 360 September 2006 who needs the Med?

Glenelg to Kylerhea Isle of Skye ferry ...

00:42 min ( July 09, 2012 by GlenelgUK)
Views: 88 - Rating: 0/5

The oldest manual turntable ferry in the world is owned and run by the community in Glenelg village on the West Coast of Scotland. This clip shows the turntable being pushed round to allow the cars to...

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Interesting facts about this location

HMS Port Napier

HMS Port Napier (M32) was a minelayer of the British Royal Navy during World War II, which was destroyed on on 27 November 1940 in Loch Alsh, Scotland, by an explosion following an engine room fire.

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Located at 57.23, -5.66 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Tags:1940 ships, Maritime incidents in 1940, Minelayers of the Royal Navy, Shipwrecks of Scotland, World War II shipwrecks in the Atlantic Ocean, Wreck diving sites in the United Kingdom

Caisteal Maol

Caisteal Maol is a ruined castle located near the harbour of the village of Kyleakin, Isle of Skye, Scotland. It is also known as Castle Moil, Castle Moal, Dun Akyn, Dunakin Castle Dun Haakon and Castle Dunakin.

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Located at 57.23, -5.66 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 4 mi away.
Tags:Castles in Highland (council area), Category A listed buildings in Scotland, Clan Mackinnon, Skye

Skye Bridge

The Skye Bridge is a road bridge over Loch Alsh, connecting mainland Highland with the Isle of Skye, Scotland. It forms part of the A87. One pillar of the bridge stands on the island of Eilean Bàn. Traditionally, the most common route from the mainland to Skye was the shortest crossing, (around 500 metres), the sound between the villages of Kyle of Lochalsh on the mainland and Kyleakin on the island's east coast.

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Located at 57.23, -5.66 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:Bridges completed in 1995, Former toll bridges in Scotland, Road bridges in Scotland, Skye

Eilean Bàn, Lochalsh

Eilean Bàn (Scottish Gaelic meaning White Island) is a six acre island off the coast of mainland Scotland, between Kyle of Lochalsh and the Isle of Skye, in Highland. The island supports a column of the Skye Bridge, which crosses the mouth of Loch Alsh from the mainland to Skye. Eilean Bàn is owned by the Scottish Ministers, but since 1998 has been managed by the Eilean Ban Trust as a wildlife sanctuary.

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Located at 57.23, -5.66 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:Islands of the Inner Hebrides, Skye and Lochalsh

Beinn Sgritheall

Beinn Sgritheall (or Beinn Sgriol) is the highest mountain in the Glenelg area of the Highlands of Scotland. The main approach is via Arnisdale on the shores of Loch Hourn or via Gleann Beag to the north, with its well-known brochs. The view from the summit was described by Sir Hugh Munro, a founder member of the Scottish Mountaineering Club, as "perhaps the most beautiful I have seen in Scotland".

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Located at 57.23, -5.66 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 6 mi away.
Tags:Marilyns of Scotland, Mountains and hills of the Northwest Highlands, Munros