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== Introduction ==
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Park at the large public car-park at the Inchnadamph Hotel [NC 251 216], with an interpretation panel pointing to the Peach and Horne monument on the far side of the road. From the car-park, turn right onto the main road and then right again on a track past Inchnadamph Lodge and a group of cottages. Pass through a gate and follow the path up Gleann Dubh, passing abundant Durness Group dolostone outcrops in the valley of the River Traligill. Excursion 7 (Localities 7.1 and 7.2) contains descriptions of some of the features en route. Follow the path as far as a wooden footbridge [NC 2713 2098]. Do not cross the bridge but take the left-hand path, which continues along the left (northern) bank of the Traligill River.
 
Park at the large public car-park at the Inchnadamph Hotel [NC 251 216], with an interpretation panel pointing to the Peach and Horne monument on the far side of the road. From the car-park, turn right onto the main road and then right again on a track past Inchnadamph Lodge and a group of cottages. Pass through a gate and follow the path up Gleann Dubh, passing abundant Durness Group dolostone outcrops in the valley of the River Traligill. Excursion 7 (Localities 7.1 and 7.2) contains descriptions of some of the features en route. Follow the path as far as a wooden footbridge [NC 2713 2098]. Do not cross the bridge but take the left-hand path, which continues along the left (northern) bank of the Traligill River.
  

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