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    Snizort Seathrift

    Armeria maritima, commonly known as sea thrift is a species of flowering plant in the family Plumbaginaceae.

    It is a compact perennial which grows in low clumps and sends up long stems that support globes of bright pink flowers.

    The plant can be found in the wild in coastal areas and is abundant on the shores of Loch Snizort.

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    Spirit of Skye

    Of all the remote, rugged and rough regions of Scotland, nothing quite matches the Isle of Skye.

    Its landscape – harsh, dramatic, stunningly beautiful and awe-inspiring – is almost other-worldly and once experienced is never forgotten. And its lochs, glens and bens, including the challenging Cuillin Mountains, are set firm in time, unchanged by all that the harshest of climates has thrown at them over the centuries. More than any other part of the British Isles, you can feel the weight of history here, the struggles and battles, the bloodshed and horror are hidden in every rock and crevice, but not very deeply. Please note: Whilst we try to replicate each colour on our website, colour on screen may vary due to a number of factors including screen resolution. We therefore advise that you order a colour card or sample pot to check actual finished colour.
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    St. Columba

    Just below the bridge where the main road between Portree and Dunvegan crosses the River Snizort, close to the Skeabost House Hotel, there is a well hidden and fascinating bit of Skye's history - St. Columba's Isle.

    Here you will find ancient ruins and graves, stretching back over many centuries.

    St. Columba is much better known for his association with the island of Iona, but this was the site on which he founded the cathedral of the bishops of the Isles. This was the centre of Christianity in the Hebrides from 1079 to 1498. There are obvious ruins of two small buildings, and the outlines of others can be traced. The island is peppered with graves, ranging in age from the 11th century to the 1960s. Many of them have legible inscriptions, and a few others have plaques showing transcriptions.

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    Storr Mist

    The Storr is a rocky hill on the Trotternish Peninsula.

    The hill presents a steep rocky eastern face overlooking the Sound of Raasay, contrasting with gentler grassy slopes to the west.

    The Storr is prime example of the Trotternish landslip, the longest such feature in Great Britain.

    The area in front of the cliffs of the Storr is known as the Sanctuary. This has a number of weirdly shaped rock pinnacles, the remnants of ancient landslips.

    Legend has it that Old Man of Storr was a giant who had lived in Trotternish. When he died, he was buried with his finger left sticking o ut, creating the ridges.

    To get up to the Old Man, it is a constant climb. At first, the trail is wide and covered with gravel.

    Your reward, if he is not covered in mist, is coming eye to eye with the Old Man of Storr.

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    Talisker Sands

    The beach at Talisker is a short, easy walk from the road. It is in a spectacular setting at the foot of Glen Oraid, sandwiched between impressive high cliffs, and with a huge sea stack and waterfalls to add to the scene. There is a wide sweep of sand below a bank of coarse shingle, though the available beach is much limited on high tides.

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    The Misty Isle

    Moody, mist-shrouded mountains, snow-caked moorland, rushing burns and steely grey lochs: the Isle of Skye can be forbidding in winter. They can also be magical, a Narnia-style wonderland enchanting to explore

    Battered by wind and rain this black rocked mystical isle has a history of Celts Clansmen and Crofters. The Cuillin Hills dominate a rugged primeval landscape where the weather and light change from minute to minute.

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    The island was referred to by the Norse as Skuy (misty isle), Skýey or Skuyö (isle of cloud).

    The influence of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf Stream create a mild oceanic climate. Temperatures are generally cool, averaging 6.5°C

    Snow seldom lies at sea level and frosts are less frequent than on the mainland. Winds are a limiting factor for vegetation. South-westerlies are the most common In common with most islands of the west coast of Scotland, rainfall is generally high and the elevated Cuillin are wetter still giving rise to the name ‘The Misty Isle’.

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    Trotternish Heather

    Trotternish or Tròndairnis is the northernmost peninsula of Skye.

    One of its more well-known features is the Trotternish landslip, a massive landslide that runs almost the full length of the peninsula, some 30 kilometres. The landslip contains two of Skye's most famous landmarks: the Old Man of Storr, an isolated rocky pinnacle, and the Quiraing, an area of dramatic and unusual rock formations. The summit of The Storr, on whose slopes the Old Man of Storr is located, is the highest point of the peninsula.

    Purple heather is also known as fine leaved heath and bell heather.  The purple heather is the first to flower (mid june) and grows on dry moorland and rocks throughout the island.

    In the old days it had many uses from tanning hides to thatching roofs and making brooms.

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    White

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