Rock-stacking denies people the experience of wildness.
In the far north west of the Scottish Highlands there is a primeval landscape. Assynt is made up of isolated mountains, standing like monoliths to time, framed by the Atlantic Ocean. There are caves to explore where streams disappear and then reappear. Like an Escher painting, water appears to run uphill. Recently, I took a group to this magical part of the UK. We carried everything we needed for three days and walked from the rugged coastline into the mountains.
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